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Related to his ‘Future Relic’ series, Daniel Arsham created this cast model of a box of crayons in conjunction with Yellow Ball, a benefit gala at the Brooklyn Museum in 2018. His choice of crayons reflects the ball’s theme of “Color Your World Yellow,” which encouraged guests to leave a bold and purposeful mark on the world.
Published by Arsham Editions, New York
No apparent condition issues; accompanied by original packaging, small indentation on front right edge of box.
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Daniel Arsham (American, b. 1980) is a contemporary artist living and working in New York City. Known for his eroded architectural sculptures, his art combines structural experimentation, history, and satire in order to disrupt viewers’ expectations of space and form. He is most famous for his series of fictional archeological relics, which explore both the obsolescence of fast-moving technology and the timelessness of cultural symbols. Arsham co-founded The House, an artist space in Miami, and Snarkitecture, a New York design firm, and regularly collaborates with other artists including Merce Cunningham and Pharrell Williams.