Daniel Arsham

daniel arsham incorporates monumental artworks into ursa's façade in miami design district

‘the ursa’ is the new iconic building set to unveil in the heart of the miami design district. located in the renowed luxury neighborhood, the project will rise fifteen stories to house 180,000 sqft (16,723 sqm) of offices and a retail space with a museum-quality exterior on the ground floor. the ursa — designed by arquitectonica, with interior art and furniture by daniel arsham — will stand out with its distinctive look and world-class amenities and conveniences for the modern workplace, offering miami a new working experience.

NBA All-Star 2022: Tiffany & Co. and Daniel Arsham release limited-edition basketball ahead of All-Star Weekend

It's rare for the average NBA fan to hold the Larry O'Brien Trophy, but followers of the league can get close to the hardware in another way. Tiffany & Co. -- which has for decades created the trophy NBA Finals champions hoist in victory -- unveiled a new exclusive basketball in a partnership with contemporary, Cleveland-born artist Daniel Arsham and Wilson Basketball.
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Tiffany & Co. and Daniel Arsham Are Dropping a Special-Edition Basketball for All-Star Weekend

Click here to read the full article. Back in September 2021, Tiffany & Co. revealed a post-apocalyptic take on its iconic Tiffany blue box that was reimagined by contemporary artist Daniel Arsham. The piece, made to appear as if decaying, was the first release from the duo’s partnership and a complete 180 from their next drop. If you’re headed for Cleveland, Ohio, this weekend, you’ll get to see—and maybe even buy—that item firsthand. In celebration of NBA All-Star Weekend, the American luxury jeweler will offer a limited-edition basketball in Tiffany blue that was designed by Arsham. It will be sold exclusively...

Daniel Arsham Releases 'SKETCHBOOK’

A detailed look at the multidisciplinary artist’s creative process. Daniel Arsham is currently showcasing a five-series art exhibition across Japan in collaboration with NANZUKA and Pokémon. “A Ripple in Time” quite literally transports the New York-based artist into an eclectic short film produced exclusively for the exhibition, where his future-relic sculptures are brought to life by the legendary animators behind the hit series.
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Pokémon’s next Daniel Arsham art collaboration reaches across time and space

While Pokémon Arceus is revealing all new things about the franchise’s past, artist Daniel Arsham’s next collaboration with The Pokémon Company is all about a ruined, fossilized future. Building on the larger themes of his previous two Pokémon projects, “Relics of Kanto Through Time” and “Time...

Gunna Shares Daniel Arsham-Designed Cover Art for Upcoming ‘Drip Season 4’ Album

Gunna has shared the cover art for his upcoming Drip Season 4 album, which arrives this Friday. The cover reveal for the new Drip Season entry comes shortly after the teasing of a track with Young Thug and Future titled “Come On.” Contemporary artist Daniel Arsham is responsible for the art behind what Gunna says is the “final installment” of his years-long DS series.

Kohler Debuts "Stone Flow" and Rock.01 by Daniel Arsham at Design Miami/ 2021

KOHLER, Wis., Dec. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Kohler, a leading global kitchen and bath brand, showcases its long-standing innovation and design leadership through a custom-created installation by New York-based artist Daniel Arsham, entitled "Stone Flow" at Design Miami/ 2021. Stone Flow explores the KOHLER x Arsham collaboration's experimental phase and uses giant rocks to emulate the design of the innovative sink, Rock.01.

Daniel Arsham Designs 3D-Printed Bathroom Sink With Kohler

Adding to his long list of partnerships including Tiffany & Co. and IKEA, Daniel Arsham has now joined forces with Kohler to design a 3D-printed bathroom sink. Dubbed Rock.01, the piece fuses innovative 3D-printed technology with Arsham’s contemporary art. Arriving in an ivory hue, it features a vitreous china basin, with one side sitting on a brass rock-like figure boasting a patina finish. The entire sink is printed by layer with clay and takes 7.5 hours to build. “Rock.01 melds the future of 3D-printing technology with the most basic methods of hand-cast brass. It is literally the new resting on top of the old, and I find that incredibly poetic. Kohler was the ideal partner to bring such a complex and futuristic design to life,” Arsham shares in a press release.

New York-Based Artist Daniel Arsham Debuts a Striking New Sink for Kohler

Daniel Arsham, the New York–based artist and cofounder of the multidisciplinary firm Snarkitecture, has designed a lot of things, among them a giant ball pit at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., a narrow playhouse in an Indiana alleyway, and a tub chiseled from stone for his own weekend home (AD, December 2019). Now he’s adding a bathroom sink to that impressive résumé. From November 30 through December 5 at Design Miami, Arsham will debut Rock.01, a new washbasin for Kohler, 3D-printed in vitreous china and available in a limited edition of 99. “I was inspired by topographical maps and stones found at the beach near my home in Long Island,” explains Arsham of the collaboration brokered by art marketing and partnership consultancy The Art Lab Studio. He worked closely with Kohler to digitally translate a pebble-shaped clay model into a sculptural form that slumps casually on a piece of cast brass. Says Arsham: “The new is physically resting on the old.” —Hannah Martin.

Kohler Unveils Collaboration With Daniel Arsham; 99 Piece Limited Edition 3D-Printed Sink To Launch In December

KOHLER, Wis., Oct. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Kohler announces a collaboration with contemporary artist Daniel Arsham. Bringing together creative innovation and expert craftsmanship, Kohler and Arsham have designed a one-of-a-kind limited-edition 3D-printed sink entitled Rock.01 that will debut at Design Miami/ 2021, featured in the company's and Arsham's co-created space at the fair. Rock.01 is crafted in Kohler, Wisconsin and will be available for purchase in December in an edition of 99.