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Kitchenware Collaboration Combines 'Utility With Joy'

Cooking and design fans have a new mecca: Hay Kitchen Market, which makes its debut at the MoMA Design Store in Manhattan's SoHo.
Frederik Bille Brahe and Mette Hay in Copenhagen. The duo's Hay Kitchen Market will be sold exclusively at the MoMA Design Store in New York City.
08_25_HayKitchenMarket_01 Source: Cécile Smetana Baudier for Newsweek

Andy Warhol painted his first Campbell Soup can in 1962. The reason was simple: He liked soup. He claimed to have eaten it for lunch every day for 20 years. The 32 paintings (each of the flavors available at the time) gave beauty to the blatantly mundane, what we take for granted; it was as if we were seeing these cans for the

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