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- Brooklyn Toile Wallpaper by Vincent J. Ficarra and Adela Qersaqi, $200/roll
- “The Neighbors Have Better Stuff” Doormat by Reed Wilson, $50
- $16.50 Necklace by Lauren Tickle, $1,600
- Alpha Bracelet by Alison Cutlan, $80
- Twist Necklace by Confetti System, $265
- Zipper Pouch by Emily Sugihara of Baggu, $25
- Salt + Pepper Shakers by Diane Ruengsorn, $36
- Sunny Side Up Playmat by Leah Dumigan, $95
- Duo Bookshelf by Ana Linares, $160
- Animal Eye Chart by Leah Dumigan, $35
The eleventh edition of the MoMA Design Store's Destination: Design series hits stores on the 15th and this run is all about our fine city. The collection is comprised of approximately 200 lifestyle products designed in the five boroughs and produced in the USA. The zeitgeist of current New York City design is captured in products ranging from Brooklyn toile wallpaper to a 3D printer-produced wristwatch.
Click through our gallery above for a handful of our favorites, like Reed Wilson's "The Neighbors Have Better Stuff" doormat and a children's poster inspired by an eye chart. The affordable-but-cool grad gift you were looking for? Unique wedding present? Not-cheesy baby shower gift? Check, check, and check.
· MoMA Design Store [Official Site]