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A range of clothing that celebrates art. Featuring the works of iconic artists who have defined a generation and inspired the future. Many artists within this collection feature in the world renowned Museum of Modern Art.
Barry McGee is among San Francisco's most internationally influential artists. Born and raised in the Bay Area, he rose from the graffiti and art scene of the early 1990s. Elements of his work include the bold use of geometric shapes, clusters of framed drawings and paintings, iconic characters, and use of objects such as empty bottles, surfboards, and ephemera incorporated into his immersive installations.
Employing a wide variety of materials from paint to neon light, François Morellet began making abstract work around 1950. He applied the rules of basic mathematics to his compositions, which were often determined by chance, systems, or a series of rubrics he devised for each work.
Finnish artist Niko Luoma's abstract, analogue photographs explore the intersections between systems and chance, light and space, explorations that illuminate the process and geometry of time. Luoma's works appear in major public and private collections worldwide, with a monograph of his works published by Hatje Cantz in 2012.
As the preeminent American artist of the 20th Century, Andy Warhol challenged the world to see art differently.
Experimental Jetset is a Dutch graphic design studio known for their innovative use of typography and text, as applied in printed matter and site-specific installations.
Jean-Michel Basquiat, the darling of the art scene in the 1980s, initially grabbed attention with his striking murals. His work, characterized by an energetic, free-spirited touch and bold use of colors, commanded attention with its powerful social commentary. His career was tragically cut short, but his art remains popular to this day.
Keith Haring was a leading figure in the art scene of the 1980s. He initially attracted attention by drawing in New York's subway system before eventually achieving global recognition. His work, characterized by simple lines and bold colors, appealed to people throughout the world.