The Cooper Hewitt Design Museum is Back and Better than Ever
On December 12th, the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, housed in New York’s Carnegie Mansion, will open its doors to the public for the first time since starting renovations in 2008. Founded in 1896, it is the only museum in the United States completely dedicated to design, both historical and contemporary. To celebrate this long-awaited unveiling, Galison has worked with the Cooper Hewitt to design a line of design-savvy stationery featuring some of the most famous works from the museum. Emblazoned with the museum’s new branding, this collection is a must-have for any design enthusiast.
Each of the three Design Patterns Journals feature a different pattern from the Cooper Hewitt’s massive collection, including one from the Herman Miller fabric catalog.
Share the museum’s unique design collection with friends and family with the Cooper Hewitt Object of the Day Postcard Book. After the postcards are torn out and mailed, you’re left with a nifty mini-book of divine design!
For more formal greetings, pick from 24 cards each featuring different designs from the Cooper Hewitt’s collection of textiles, wallpaper, and more.
And we are super-excited to add the work of Maira Kalman to our arsenal of best-selling art puzzles. This 300-piece tin set is a companion to Kalman’s new coffee table book, Ah-hA to Zig-Zag, which features 31 of her favorite objects exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt.
Paint pictures with words using Mudpuppy’s Design Patterns Uppercase Letters Wooden Magnetic Set. Each wooden letter features a design from the archives of the museum to your refrigerator.
Inject creativity into your everyday life with this fun series of stationery and games from Galison/Mudpuppy, and make sure the check out the new and improved Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in person!
Galison Marketing Coordinator
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