I'd love to be an art collector, but sometimes the pennies just don't add up.
I'd love to be an art collector, but sometimes the pennies just don't add up. That's why I'm a huge fan of Cerealart, which has made the work of critically-acclaimed, internationally-recognized, contemporary artists more accessible to a penny-pinching audience. Cerealart is a sort of artist collective, which develops, produces, and distributes three-dimensional artwork in multiples.
Most of the designs are limited editions, and distributed through Cerealart, and through museums and galleries around the world. The thought behind it is that reasonably priced, three-dimensional artwork is a great vehicle for distributing ideas. Some of the noted idea-makers include Marcel Dzama, Takashi Murakami (of Louis Vuitton fame), Allan McCollum, Yayoi Kusama, and Laurie Simmons. To see some of my favorite Cerealart items, just click the photos below.