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This Rad, Shoppable Art Site Is Making Its Way To NYC

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    With partners like artists Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, and Sir Peter Blake, and galleries including Tate, V&A, and Saatchi., Culture Label has been the U.K. destination for finding (and buying) the coolest British art and design items online. But this week, the four-year-old brand is taking their e-commerce stateside, honing talent from the New York underground art and design world, as well as partnering with the Guggenheim and the New Museum, to help expand their collection.

    Launching August 1, Culture Label's new site will immerse consumers in a finely-curated art experience that will straddle both sides of the pond: London and NYC. In preparation for their official arrival in the city, the brand has created a #DisruptNYC campaign, where local artists can submit their work. And you know we love local flavor. In the meantime, check out a preview of some of the rad items you can scoop up at Culture Label's stateside launch.

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