This colorful Artist Edition watch celebrates 50 years of Atari. The forefathers of video games and Misfit teamed up with artist JK5 (Joseph Ari Aloi) to create this collectible 42mm watch, illustrated in a vibrant pop art style incorporating classic gaming elements. Limited to 500 pieces.
Awesome Pop Art
Yellowpop teamed up with The Andy Warhol Foundation to create special editions of the pop artist’s works, lit with LED “neon” tubes. The series includes Campbell’s, Banana, Marilyn Monroe, Flowers, Cow, and a sweet forced-perspective Brillo Box. The four-square Flowers Deluxe and Marilyn Deluxe are limited to 25 pieces each.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Crocs are hot again, at least in the limited-edition game. Their latest drop is an over-the-top collection by LA-based artist Steve Harrington. Colorful and cartoony, each clog and slide in the collection includes Jibbitz charms of Harrington’s whimsical psych-pop characters. A Footlocker exclusive.
These pop art sculptures from Weibi Concept Store stand on their own while paying tribute to other contemporary artists like Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein. Each spray can appears to float in the air, with an imaginary graffiti artist holding the can and spraying out a blast of paint.
LEGO takes a page from the builder community by releasing a series of pixelated portraits you can assemble yourself. The initial series will include images from Andy Warhol, Star Wars, Marvel, and The Beatles. Each set offers multiple build options for different faces. Available 9.1.20.
I pity the fool who doesn’t have a Mr. T bomber jacket… or one sporting the visages of Prince, Pee-Wee, Bowie, Freddie or Dolly. These bitchin’ bombers feature original art and design by Austin, Texas textile artist Kayci Wheatley. Coolest of all? There are matching undies too.