Jasper Johns and Tracey Emin Limited Edition 2011 Artist Series Beach Towels

2011 Artist Series Beach Towels

Works on Whatever and The Art Production Fund have just released their 2011 Artist Series Beach Towels whose proceeds go toward funding public art. This year they have reproduced the art of only two artists  – Jasper Johns and Tracey Emin – (as opposed to four in previous years) on the 60″ x 70″ limited edition cotton towels.

2011 Artist Series Beach Towels

The 2011 Artist Towel Series from the Art Production fund and WOW (Works on Whatever) feature art by TRACEY EMIN and JASPER JOHNS and will be on view at The Standard Spa during Art Basel Miami Beach from December 2-5, 2010.

The Jasper Johns Beach Towel:


The Tracey Emin Towel:

I have blogged about these Artist Beach Towels each year since they began producing them. Previous years’ towels included artwork by Alex Katz, Jeff Koons, Julian Schnabel, Cindy Sherman, Yoshitomo Nara, Elizabeth Peyton, Kehinde Wiley, Raymond Pettibone, Rob Pruitt, Karen Kilimnik, Richard Phillips, Ed Ruscha, Peter Doig and Marilyn Minter.

The 2008 Artist Series Beach Towels

The 2009 Artist Series Beach Towels

The 2010 Artist Series Beach Towels

The price continues to rise on these functional pieces of art. Priced at $95 each, you can purchase them, and available ones from years’ past.
Buy them here.

WOW (Works on Whatever): is part of Art Production Fund’s WOW project; a unique collection of everyday items designed by artists. APF invites artists to experiment with the latest commercial materials and techniques to bring art off the walls and into homes as everyday objects. WOW introduces contemporary art to a larger community, with revenues from sales supporting our non-profit mission. WOW functions conceptually with APF’s program of expanding art audiences and helps fund additional major public art initiatives. Art Production Fund (APF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to producing ambitious public art projects, reaching new audiences and expanding awareness through contemporary art.

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