NEWS///ART & COMERCE///THE TOM SACHS STORE IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

December 12, 2008  |  art, Art & Commerce, News, NYC, Tom Sachs

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Skate wheels & gun T-shirts. The Sachs shop is off to a good start...

NYC art legend and Supertouch buddy TOM SACHS has finally opened the doors to his ONLINE STORE just in time for (last-minute) holiday shopping. Featuring an offbeat array of such must-have items as the "Kill All Artists" T-shirt, Sach's epic tome from his 2006 show at the Prada Foundation in Milan, old school "Tom Sachs" skate wheels, antagonistic "Nuke The Swiss" stickers, and white Bic lighters—many of which are produced in-house at the mad scientist artist's downtown lab— the store is a one-stop-gift shop for that discerning art lover on your Kwanzaa list. HAVE A LOOK:

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MOTOTRIP SHIRT (*As featured in VOGUE): "Mototrip Tee is a replica of the team jerseys worn by Tom Sachs and Van Neistat on their MOTOTRIP across Europe in 2005. Each shirt is hand-made at Tom's studio in Chinatown. No two are alike."

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NUKE THE SWISS STICKER: "Sticks anywhere a sticker will stick. Always in good taste."

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SKATE WHEELS: "Four orange skateboard wheels hand-embossed by Tom and his team. No two are exactly alike.You CAN'T buy just one. NOT for collectors. Contract to use required."

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WHITE BIC LIGHTER: "Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Kurt Cobain were all left-handed, all died at the age of 27, and autopsies reported each having a white bic lighter in their pockets. This is why it is said that white lighters are unlucky, but always in good taste."

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KILL ALL ARTISTS SHIRT: "Always a conversation starter, this tee will help you land a sweet piece of ass. Wear it to MoMA Friday night and see what happens."

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Lance drops in & orders "one of everything"...

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