This set of four bone china plates by Louise Bourgeois features imagery from collages taken from the artist's fabric book, Ode à l'oubli. The collages were made from fragments of the artist's domestic life, including old clothing and household items.
Each plate is individually boxed and made in collaboration with the artist's estate, The Easton Foundation, and our partners at Third Drawer Down.
These three souvenir teaspoons by Ai Weiwei make playful use of the artist's work "Study of Perspective" a series of images that's featured in MoMA's collection, amongst others. The photographs show the artist lifting his middle finger to iconic manmade landmarks around the world. It's an initially humorous act that signifies the power of the artist's rejection of authority. The teaspoons feature Tiananmen Square, the Eiffel Tower and the White House.
Made in collaboration with the artist and our partners at Third Drawer Down Studio.