Having already collaborated with some of the biggest creatives in both the fashion and art worlds, California footwear giant Vans is once again tapping New York’s Museum of Modern Art for a range that celebrates four iconic artists.
Each of the silhouettes spotlighted in the upcoming MoMA x Vans range has been inspired by the works of Faith Ringgold, Edvard Munch, Jackson Pollock, and Lyubov Popova.
Each of the aforementioned artists’ work is spotlighted on a signature Vans model. First up, Munch’s world-famous 1895 painting The Scream has been superimposed on the Vans Era, while Jackson Pollock’s One: Number 31 from 1950 appears on the Authentic. Next up Lyubov Popova’s Untitled work from 1917 is featured on the Sk8-Hi.
Finally, Faith Ringgold, the only living artist, collaborated with Vans and MoMA to create a reworked Era that spotlights her Woman Free Yourself and Freedom Woman Now paintings and a Classic Slip-On influenced by her Seven Passages to a Flight.
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MoMA x Vans
Release Date: November 11, 2020