Jeff Koons

Fashion & Apparel How High Fashion Is Going The Way Of The Museum Gift Shop

From Nike x MoMA to Jeff Koons x Louis Vuitton, a host of collaborations between fashion and art are popping up

Advertising Snapchat Is Featuring Artist Jeff Koons' Work In World Lenses

The collaboration is only the latest of the app's experimentations with augmented reality

Retail Artist Jeff Koons Recreates Art Masterpieces On Louis Vuitton Handbags

The new Masters Collection features works such as Da Vinci's Mona Lisa and Van Gogh's Wheat Field with Cypresses

Design Artist Creates Mini Play-Doh Replicas of Jeff Koons Sculpture

Illustrator Jon Burgerman crafts miniature versions of the American artist's 10-foot-tall metal art piece

Home 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

American fans adopt foreign world cup traditions, Nevada controls weather with drones and Twitter COO resigns.

Work 9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Amazon to begin Sunday deliveries, Lady Gaga and Jeff Koons redesign USA Today's logo, and other top stories.

Design Classic Works Of Art Recreated With Deli Meats [Pics]

The 'Sausage In Art' series takes artworks by Jeff Koons, Edvard Munch, Van Gogh and others and reinterprets them with smoked and cured cold cuts.

Work Famous Artists Transform BMWs Into Works Of Art [Pics]

Legendary artists customize BMW cars in a London exhibition as part of the London 2012 Festival.

Innovation This Week In Brand Strategy & Marketing

PSFK curates some of the strategy, digital and creative advertising news catching our attention.

Game Takes Aim At Jeff Koons [Video]

Artist Hunter Jonakin destroys famous artworks in his 'Jeff Koons Must Die' video game.

Design Jeff Koons For BMW

Artist paints a BMW M3 GT2 around the notion of desire.

Advertising Jeff Koons' Art Car For BMW

Artist Jeff Koons recently previewed his art car concept for BMW - the 17th in BMW's fabled series.

Advertising (Event) Pop Life at the Tate

“Good business is the best art,” Andy Warhol once said. It's a sentiment that may well have formed an ill-advised strap line to Tate Modern’s much lauded Pop Life: Art in a Material World.