The Museum of Graffiti has worked with the Brazilian artist duo OSGEMEOS on a limited-edition capsule collection consisting of a t-shirt ($45), pin ($12), and black-book ($34), each sold separately. Made exclusively for the Museum of Graffiti, only 100 units of each item will be produced. Each piece in the mini-collection is inspired by the artists’ site-specific installation inside the Museum’s main lobby.
Museum members will have first access to the Museum of Graffiti x OSGEMEOS capsule collection. Join the annual membership program by October 1, 2020, to secure access and enjoy a full year of educational programming and exciting exhibitions, events, and classes. For additional information about membership levels, go to https://museumofgraffiti.com/membership/. Any remaining items will be available for sale individually in the Online Store. Sign up for the newsletter to be notified of availability.
OSGEMEOS is a collaborative art duo comprised of twin brothers Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo. They broke onto the art scene in the late 1980s as graffiti writers in São Paulo, Brazil, and are now internationally recognized for a figurative style that typically features their signature yellow characters, thin dark red outlining, and intricately patterned designs. Solo exhibitions of their work have been organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (2012), Berardo Collection Museum, Lisbon (2010), and Museum Het Domein, Sittard, Netherlands (2007), among others. Their work is in numerous international public collections, including The Frank-Suss Collection, London; Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo; Museu de Arte Brasileira, São Paulo; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo.
The date of the drop has yet to be announced.
Located in Miami’s Wynwood District, the Museum of Graffiti is a leading contemporary art museum dedicated to sharing the power of expression, sparking wonder, and inspiring creativity for and about the graffiti art movement. At the Museum of Graffiti, visitors can explore the history of graffiti in an experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique shows. The Museum seeks to honor and preserve the unique art form and to exhibit important works for permanent viewing. Through changing exhibitions and programs, the Museum aims to introduce visitors to the artists, paintings, photos, sculptures, works on paper, and designs that have captivated youth and adults for over fifty years, as well as the environment in which the global art movement formed.
The Museum of Graffiti is open to the public with safety-first procedures, including an admission system that only allows for six people to enter the premises every 15 minutes. Guests must purchase tickets in advance online or from their mobile devices as they approach the Museum to avoid onsite transactions.
Tickets: General Admission tickets are $16; Children 13 and under are free. Tickets are available online and include access to all museum exhibitions. To purchase tickets visit the website from a desktop at home or a mobile device, museumofgraffiti.com
Hours: The Museum of Graffiti is open from 11 AM – 6 PM on Wednesdays through Mondays, and it is closed on Tuesdays. Please check www.museumofgraffiti.com for special holidays, extended hours, and unexpected closings.