Monthly Archives: January 2014

MAMA BEAR COOKIE JAR by Tom Otterness

This cookie jar was designed by┬áTom Otterness (b. 1952 in Witchita Kansas), an American sculptor whose works adorn parks, plazas, subway stations, libraries, courthouses and museums in New York—most notably in Rockefeller Park in Battery City Park and in the 14th street/ 8th Avenue subway station—and other cities around the world. He was the first […]

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THANKS by Allan McCollum

Allan McCollum’s THANKS are 3 3/4 in l x 1 in h tablets bearing the word THANKS, which are sold in packs of five, in a beautiful gift box. Inspired by McCollum’s renowned Visible Markers Series, in which McCollum explores his notion of the art object as something that obtains it’s significance through the process […]

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LITTLE WANDERER by Yoshitomo Nara

  The Little Wanderer, an extension of Nara’s Little Pilgrim works, is a charming fantastical character that leisurely strolls about meandering here and there with a simple mechanical mechanism. Put together a group and watch as they slowly roam about in their dreamlike state searching for lost childhood dreams and someone to love. Buy Now […]

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PUP CUP by Yoshitomo Nara

  The charming PupCup whirls, twirls and spins about to the delight of all it passes. Combining the iconic images of Yoshitomo Nara‘s Lonesome Puppy (Dog From Your Childhood) and The Cup Kids, the PupCup head and body rotate in opposites directions creating a remarkable kinetic object. Requires two AA batteries. Buy Now on Amazon.com […]

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