Created by the Dutch art collective Rotganzen for Kelly Wearstler, these limited-edition mirrored sculptures recall 1970s boogie nights as they take their cues from 1931’s The Persistence of Memory, surrealism’s most popular artwork.
Made of gossamer wires handwoven in a lattice pattern, the Limbo chandelier by Kenneth Cobonpue captures a spontaneous moment of an aerialist mid-performance.
Last Days of Summer by Nikolina Petolas depicts a utopia where animals have important roles with no hierarchy. The archival pigment print is printed on museum-quality, acid-free paper with a white border for easy framing.
From the Campana Brothers for the Objets Nomades collection by Louis Vuitton the Bomboca sofa is named after the traditional Brazilian confection and features a curved shell lined with soft calfskin and eight cushions that fit together like a puzzle.
The Haas Monster incense burner by The Haas Brothers for L’Objet is based on one of the duo’s irreverent characters and releases its fragrant smoke through the creature’s brass horns. The porcelain white fur and plump lips add to its cheeky charm.
Text by Luis R. Rigual