On Friday, Murakami—the collaborator extraordinaire—will be breaking into card games with a colorful new collab.
This Bonkers, One-of-a-Kind Chess Set Took 10 Years to Make. Now It Could Be Yours for $1.9 Million.
Inspired by an ancient battle, it features 14-karat gold pieces with semiprecious stones.
The permanent space features a cafe, exhibition spaces and a gaming zone, organized around a piazza shaped like the brand’s logo.
The 1998 card is graded NM 7 by PSA and features standout artwork by Japanese graphic artist Atsuko Nishida.
The eight sportswear looks were inspired by the brand’s Polo Sport, Stadium and Snow Beach archives.
The sleek wireless headphones have a detachable boom mic for talking trash and teaming up.
Which of the two mint-condition gaming collectables would you choose? That is, if they weren’t already sold.
The options are an extravagant London pad or a completely flawless diamond. The choice is yours.
Pininfarina’s Racing Simulator Lets You Cruise the Nürburgring From Home—and This One Is Up for Grabs
The luxe machine could fetch up to $164,000 at auction next month.