Jeff Koons

To celebrate the acquisition of Jeff Koon’s Venus sculpture for the NGV Triennial the NGV design store has designed an exclusive collection of design wares. Venus is part of Koons’ ongoing Porcelain series which juxtaposes classical ideals of beauty with sophisticated contemporary production technologies. The over life-size, mirror-polished stainless steel sculpture is based on an 18th century porcelain figurine.

JR

To celebrate JR’s newly commissioned work for NGV Triennial, Homily to Country, an ambitious multi-part artwork that draws global attention to the ecological decline of the Darling River system caused by intensive water extraction due to irrigation, climate change and drought. The NGV design store have collaborated with JR to design an exclusive collection of design wares.

Misaki Kawai

To celebrate Moja Moja Life: Misaki Kawai for Kids 2020, an indoor playground featuring a display of colourful furry sculptures of dogs and a puppet-making studio; NGV design store have collaborated with Misaki Kawai to create an exclusive collection of design wares featuring her fun and colourful characters.

Daniel Arsham

To celebrate Daniel Arsham’s newly commissioned work for NGV Triennial 2020, Falling clock, a sculpture that incorporates a large-scale clock which can be used to tell the time and appears to fall into the white drapery on an otherwise featureless wall, NGV design store have collaborated with Daniel Arsham to design an exclusive collection of design wares.

Dhambit Mununggurr

To celebrate Dhambit Munuŋgurr participation in Triennial with immersive installation Can we all have a happy life 2019–2020, made up of 15 bark paintings and nine larrakitj (hollow poles), the NGV design store has collaborated with Dhambit to create an exclusive collection of design wares.

NGV Triennial Catalogues

Adam Nathaniel Furman X Sibling

To celebrate Adam Nathaniel Furman and Sibling Architecture’s participation in the NGV Triennial 2020, with their NGV Gallery Kitchen project Boudoir Babylon, a space transformed with ludicrously vibrant scenography that embodies an exuberance and pride. The NGV design store have collaborated with Adam Nathaniel Furman x Sibling Architecture to create an exclusive collection of design wares, drawing on the décor of Boudoir Babylon and channelling the pop-fuelled spirit of the underground featuring icons and symbols featured in the design commission.

Porky Hefer

To celebrate Porky Hefer’s participation in NGV Triennial 2020 with Plastocene – Marine Mutants from a disposable world, a major new work consisting of a series of large-scale handmade environments based upon imaginary sea creatures from a dystopian future he calls the Plastocene, the NGV design store has collaborated with Porky Hefer to create an exclusive collection of design wares.

Danielle Brustman X Pirdy NGV Jewellery Commission

With a mutual love of colour and form, Danielle Brustman and Pirdy were commissioned by the NGV to collaborate on a collection of jewellery and objects. Midnight Mountain has been created exclusively for the NGV design store to coincide with the NGV Triennial 2020 exhibition. This playful collection draws on Brustman’s work presented in the NGV Triennial 2020 exhibition, and Pirdy’s catalogue of shapes and references. A series of conversations between the two designers created a tale which sets the scene for this collection, ‘Scouts camping out under a moonlit pine forest on a rainy night’. Each piece has been hand-coloured, polished, and cast in resin from Pirdy’s Melbourne studio; making each piece a unique addition to your jewellery collection.

Fallen Fruit

To celebrate Fallen Fruit’s NGV Triennial 2020 commission, Natural History, the NGV design store has collaborated with David Allen Burns and Austin Young / Fallen Fruit to create an exclusive collection of design wares. The collection features botanical elements of the Australian bush and based on the Native Plants - Cranbourne Gardens repeat pattern created using photographs taken at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne during Fallen Fruit’s 2020 research trip.