ABOVE, CLOCKWISE TOP LEFT: MR. BRAINWASH, MUHAMMAD ALI
“LEGEND” (LIFE IS WONDERFUL); A. BORGHERESI, MONACO GRAND PRIX; KATHERINE BERNHARDT, NIKE PANTHER; CLAUDE GARACHE, ROLAND GARROS 1990
Surf, skate, soccer, tennis and more… bring your favorite sports home this summer with these limited edition prints, art objects, and vintage posters that represent them all. With many sporting events still on hold, you can view them on your wall 24/7 with this curated collection from GC/EDITIONS. For more information, click images.
ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION ARTIST SERIES SURFBOARDS
Created by surfer shaper Tim Bessell in conjunction with the Andy Warhol Foundation, these Andy Warhol Foundation Artist Series surfboards were produced in a limited and numbered edition of 10 or 12. Read more HERE.
DANIEL ARSHAM, CRYSTAL RELIC 001 YANKEES CAP
To-scale replica of a Yankees baseball cap comes complete with metal identification card, die-cut foam, sealing label, and white handling gloves. Includes holographic label verifying edition number and authenticity.
DANIEL ARSHAM, BRONZE ERODED BASKETBALL
Cast bronze, hand-finished with custom torch scored patina regulation size basketball. Comes encased in custom resin-cast Arsham Studio crate, which doubles as display case and designed to catch light in contrast to bronze. Read more HERE
SEM (GEORGES MARIE GOURSAT) MONTE CARLO BEACH
Vintage travel poster from around 1932 by the French illustrator Georges Marie Goursat (called Sem, 1863-1934). The theme is Monaco as a “rediscovered paradise”. Adam and Eve are pulled on a boogie board across the aquamarine waters of the Mediterranean. Eve holds a bright red apple in her hand, with the tempting serpent gliding beside.
LEFT: MICHELLE GRABNER, THE THING QUARTERLY GINGHAM SOCCER BALL
Issue 27 of The Thing Quarterly takes the form of a fully functional gingham-patterned soccer ball, designed by artist Michelle Grabner.
KEITH HARING X ALIEN WORKSHOP PRO SERIES II SKATEDECK SET
Complete set of 10 pro-model skate decks from the second Keith Haring Foundation collaboration with Alien Workshop.
IMP. MOULLOT-MARSEILLE, CONCOURS HIPPIQUE VILLE DE BEZIERS
Rare vintage equestrian poster from 1914, that was one of the last pre-World War I posters to be printed in France.