Get your skate, or interior design on, with this set of Frida Kahlo skateboards that double as a displayable triptych. See here >>>
It’s never too early to get ready for summer. Surfboards by Tim Bessell featuring work by Jackson Pollock. See here >>
Rain or shine
For the adventurous art lover, brave the elements with an umbrella from the Whitney featuring a work by Alexander Calder. See here >>
Get out of town
Take family and friends on an artistic adventure at Storm King. Pictured here, Untitled, 1994 by Joel Shapiro. See here >>
Uniqlo’s Francois Morellet SPRZ NY Collection
With this special edition, Uniqlo celebrates its sponsorship of MoMA (Museum of Modern Arts) and affirms its commitment to making art and innovation accessible to people around the world. With the world's finest collection of modern and contempory art and a dynamic exhibition program, the Museum of Modern Art is a place for discovery and engagement that fuels creativity and inspires art enthusiasts of all ages and experiences.
Employing a wide variety of materials, from paint to neon light, Francois Morellet began making abstract work around 1950s. He applied the rules of basic mathematics to his compositions, which were often determined by systems mixing random and humor, or by a series of rubrics he devised for each work.