There’s no business like the pink flamingo business, especially at the Moss Bureau enhanced shop at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. These babies get a lot of attention. No surprise, really. Just the thing to be riding around your pool on these hot hot summer days. Giddy up, Divine! Eat your heart out, John Waters.
Posted in Design, design art, MFAH, Moss Bureau, museums
Tagged Art, Design, Franklin Getchell, MFAH, Moss Bureau, Murray Moss, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Pink Flamingos
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2016 is going to be a big year for Moss Bureau. We have new clients, we’re launching a new website, two new Instagram pages and this very blog is about to be transformed into a stupendous forum. For those of you who have been just waiting for something new, watch this space. We’ll starting rolling things out over the next week. Except for the obvious reasons why it’s not, 2016 is going to be a great year to be alive. And, of course, what’s the alternative? Stay tuned, friends and neighbors, stay tuned.
Triggered by the need to finally, after approximately a thousand years, move out of our lovely warehouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, welcome to NEVERMORE, the final sale of Moss. Now is the last moment of all time that you can buy something from Moss. 402 West 13th Street, dead center of the Meatpacking District, which didn’t exist when Moss opened in 1994. 11am to 7pm. For everyone sad that we closed and regretting you didn’t buy that special thing, here’s your chance.
As proof, if you need still more, that Murray really was in Beijing working with Georg Jensen, here he is, in the middle of set up, weighing his options. One of the options will be to eventually put down the fruitbowl. Quite possibly into that box that sits upon the ground in front of him. We’ll never know for sure.
Remember how Murray was in China last fall? Well, he’s back there again, and once again is working with Georg Jensen. This time it’s during Beijing Design Week, and the opening of the exhibition Jensen’s Garden, which is the first section of the new Jensen Hus headquarters to open. Note his tiny photo in the second row on the brochure, surrounded by pals Marc Newson, Aric Chen and of course, Jensen CEO, David Chu. Click on that tiny face to see the whole thing way bigger.
Posted in Beijing Design Week, Georg Jensen, Marc Newson, Moss Bureau, Murray Moss
Tagged Aric Chen, Beijing, Beijing Design Week, China, David Chu, Georg Jensen, Marc Newson, Murray Moss
It doesn’t take a crystal ball [which you could also buy at the auction] to know that you will be missing an amazing auction if you don’t click thru NOW to the Paddle8 sale of excellence from the Moss archives. Don’t be a Left-Behind.
Live right now, the Paddle8 sale of an excellent selection of items from the Moss archives. Fabulous pieces of extreme wonderfulness and goodness from the designers we love: Maarten Baas, Hella Jongerius, the Campanas, Luisa Cevese, and so many more. Some might look at this as your last chance to buy something from Moss. They would be right. Click on the 8 to go there. From today until Sept 9. Bid early, bid often.
Posted in auction sale, Design Auction, Franklin Getchell, Moss, Moss archives, Moss Gallery, Murray Moss
Tagged auction, Fernando and Humberto Campana, Franklin Getchell, Gaetano Pesce, Hella Jongerius, Maarten Baas, Moss, Moss Gallery, Murray Moss, Paddle8