Clockwise from top left: photo courtesy of School of Life; photo by Berit Baugher; photo courtesy of Perez Art Museum Miami.
Not all museum shops are created equal. And it makes us appreciate the carefully curated ones: Singapore Art Museum has an incredible collection of non-traditional souvenirs. The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis knows a thing or two about stationery supplies. We're still dreaming about the Michelle Weinberg carpets at Perez Art Museum Miami.
Explore art on the road with a deck of creative questions and action prompts like "Stop in front of a painting that you like. Call someone you miss and describe it," and "Imagine you lived inside a piece of art. Which piece would you choose and why?"
The Rolls Royce of colored pencils is made in small batches by Caran d'Ache in a Swiss factory on the outskirts of Geneva. This particular variety is water-soluble, meaning you can use them dry or wet to create a watercolor-like effect.