Category Archives: Exclusive

And the cool item of the month is, yes, DOG TOYS

Picture of Dogs | Home Puppies HD Wallpaper Backgrounds FreeOur knitted wool toys used to be for human children, but really, that’s so 2013. We have cleverly repositioned said toys and are pleased to announce our new, small, exclusive, and possibly somewhat familiar, line of DOG TOYS. Perfect for chewing and slavering over and tossing in the air and catching, and other things dogs do with their toys.  There are three models, each one high on the canine appeal rating chart. (Proof on file.) Click on The Dog to see all three at mossPOP, a dog friendly website.


Which way are you leaning?

TQ pisa pisa2Are you planning to take advantage of  your last chance to hear Murray talk about the TERTIUM QUID photographs, Wednesday August 13 or not? 6pm at Edelman Arts. Be there for the backstory and the subtext and the narrative and the insight and the inside scoop and the unvarnished truth about the way things were and how they are now. Or, on the other hand, you could skip all that and stay home and binge watch season three of Homeland, again. I know where I’ll be, and it does not involve Carrie Mathison’s bipolar disorder.  Or, you could click on the tower-any tower–to buy this pair of photos at 


TERTIUM QUID. 6pm tonight. Edelman Arts. Murray talking.

karlaHere’s Murray explaining things to Carla Bruni (well, it could  be. She was French, after all, that woman.) Those are TERTIUM QUID photos on the wall and  Murray is explaining where they came from and what a “photo morgue” is. “Photo merde?” CB asked.  “In a way,” was his considered response. Anyway, French people aside, Murray will be explaining the project tonight at the gallery, and you (vous) can come along for the ride. Click on CB’s watch (a present from Nicholas, no doubt) for the details of where and when. Or, here for more on TERTIUM QUID.   A bientôt.

Come hear Murray explain TERTIUM QUID. 6pm Wednesday at Edelman Arts

expl2Here’s Murray explaining things to Gaetano Pesce and Ruth Shuman. They understood every word he said. You too can learn how things fit together in his mind. Come to Edelman Arts on Wednesday at 6pm.  For the Artist Talk. No one can explain it like Murray.

Like a circle in a spiral, like a wheel within a wheel….TERTIUM QUID

TQweather wheels2Dusty Springfield might have liked these two TERTIUM QUID photos. The guy on the left is at Cape Kennedy in 1966 tracking a hurricane, and the guy on the right is goofing on pipeline sealing devices. I know they always make me laugh. So wheel yourself over to EDELMAN ARTS to see these boys, and the rest of the gang in TERTIUM QUID. Or click on a circle, any circle, to go a secret somewhere you can buy this pair, and other pairs of extraordinary vintage press photos. Pictures hanging in a hallway, or the fragment of  a song, half-remembered names and faces, but to whom do they belong? 


Every person is unique. Now everyone can have a unique glass. Curated glassware at mossPOP





Curated glassware has a long and interesting history. Perhaps its most important incarnation was in France during the period between the wars, and its most famous practitioner was the irrepressible Gertrude Stein. Stein was a staunch devotee of mixing and matching her glasses and her guests. As we know, her guest list was extensive and diverse, and so were her glasses, some of which she sent Alice B. Toklas out to find at the early morning flea markets and some she purchased directly from the illustrious glass manufacturies in the 16th.   Her long salon evenings were well known for the amount of alcohol consumed and for the variety and sophistication of the vessels from which the whiskey, champagne, gin and wine were consumed. The casual sangfroid with which Stein managed the distribution of her prized glasses among her equally prized guests notwithstanding, this important aspect of her social gatherings has been little remarked upon. It would be difficult to find references to it in the standard Stein biographies, and it’s only in the fairly obscure monograph written by her fairly obscure son, Wayland Henry Stein, entitled The Stein Way and published long after her death in 1946. Sadly, Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast does not mention her curation, and Wayland Stein was so bitter about being cut from his mother’s will that his recollections are understandably less than fully reliable, so unfortunately we do not know with certainty exactly what glasses Stein curated with. This must be regarded as another of those pieces of vital information lost to history.

Luckily, now you can participate in this international tradition of curation and heavy drinking. mossPOP has several entirely unique sets of curated glasses available for immediate purchase and filling with summer beverages. Click on either set above and see them all. There’s only one of each set, so hurry.  Avoid glassware disappointment.




It May not be the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Shoot, but it May Certainly Get Steamy.

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Well, the tea pot may. We wouldn’t recommend drinking hot liquids out of Baccarat crystal.

We’re talking of course, about our exciting Monday morning photo shoot for Moss Bureau’s L’ArcoBaleno online gallery and shop, featuring curated sets from the MossPop store, and the Bureau’s Private Sales and exclusive collection of rare, limited edition and hand crafted pieces.

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Gaetano Pesce’s wild resin belts return as elegant intriguing neckware


Very only-at-mossPOP.