Pulled from the pages of Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s provocative image-only magazine Toilet Paper, this durable enameled metal plate embodies the absurdist charm of the artist’s oeuvre. The plunger depicted on this mug makes up one-third of Cattelan’s photograph Holy Trinity, which depicts an array of objects deemed too controversial to appear on the cover of Vice Magazine uncensored. Many of Cattelan’s delightfully subversive works are featured in MoMA’s collection. Dishwasher-safe.
- Size 1H x 10.25""diam
- Materials Enameled Metal
New York’s Museum of Modern Art is known for its extraordinary exhibitions and for presenting the world’s finest collection of modern and contemporary art. In 1932, MoMA was the first art museum to establish a curatorial department dedicated to Architecture & Design, and by mid-century, it was playing a leading role in defining and promoting the values of "Good Design."