To combat my cabin fever, I'm touring the world's most famous art museums on a quest to gain design inspiration.
On Monday I kicked off the tour at The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico and designed a mid century modern living room based off of O'keeffe's “Black Mesa Landscape”. Today I toured the National Gallery of Victoria's Jean-Michele Basquiat and Keith Haring's exhibit "Crossing Lines". To do your own virtual tour of this exhibit, click here.
I’ve always admired Basquiat’s crown motifs, specifically “Pez Dispenser,” and thought it would be a great way to introduce important artwork to children. Paired with Haring’s “Radiant Baby” and “Mother & Child”, these pieces work perfectly in a nursery.
Check out these super fun pieces by West Elm, that perfectly bring out the whimsy and color of the Basquiat and Haring pieces!
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