I’m always looking for fun and unique ways to decorate my home. The estate of Roy Lichtenstein and Art Production Fund has partnered with Barneys New York on a limited-edition line of home goods and decor that are quite tongue-in-cheek. The collection implements Lichtenstein’s original artwork pieces such as Ice Cream Soda (1962), Drawing for Kiss IV (1963), Baked Potato (1962), Bananas and Grapefruit I (1972), and more. The collection offers a ’60s and ’70s vibe and includes trays, placemats, china dishes, glasses, paper plates, paper cups, pillows, flying discs, pool floats, water bottles, and beach accessories, including bags, towels, and beach balls.
The collection will range in price from $28 and $295 and 25% of all sales from the collection will benefit Art Production Fund, a non-profit founded by Yvonne Force Villareal and Doreen Remen and directed by Casey Fremont Crowe which supports public art projects. You’ll be able to find the collection in Barneys New York Madison Avenue flagship, as well as Beverly Hills, Chicago, Miami and Barneys.com.