This framed Brooklyn Museum poster features two large wooden companion figures in the KAWS 'Along the Way' pose.
KAWS released a series of new postcards, keychains, puzzles and posters at the Brooklyn Museum for his 2021 What Party exhibit. The Exhibit featured paintings and large Chum and Companion figures standing over 6 feet tall. The merchandise dropped through the museum's website via shock drop.
“What Party” in the upper left corner, and “Brooklyn Museum” branding in the lower right corner.
Framed Size: 880 x 730mm.
Brian Donnelly, known professionally as KAWS is a multi-faceted artist straddling the worlds of art and design in his prolific body of work that ranges from paintings, murals, and large-scale sculptures to product design and toy-making. His iconic “XX” signature has its roots in the beginning of his career as a street artist in the 1990s, when he began altering found advertisements by incorporating his own masterful paintings. Evoking the sensibilities of Pop artists like Andy Warhol and Claes Oldenburg, KAWS possesses a sophisticated humor and thoughtful interplay with consumer products and collaborations with global brands. Kaws' sculptures range in size from a few inches to ten metres tall, and are made from various materials including fiberglass, aluminium, wood, bronze, and a steel pontoon inflatable raft.His work is exhibited in galleries and museums, held in the permanent collections of public institutions, and avidly collected by individuals including music producer Swizz Beatz, rapper Pharrell Williams, and members of South Korean boy band BTS. High auction record: USD $14m, Sotheby's, 2019 - parody of The Beatles’ album cover