Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE image was originally designed as a MoMA holiday card in 1965. MoMA archivist Michelle Elligott looks at the history of the museum’s holiday cards

[Robert Indiana. LOVE. 1967. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Morgan Art Foundation Ltd. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

Contemporary / Modern Life Hacks | MoMA Design Store

Going camping this summer? It never hurts to have a little mood lighting, but you can’t always count on an available power source. The Merlin Helix Solar Light, available at the MoMA Store, is compact, durable and foldable and features five color LEDs that can either cycle through all colors in a light show sequence or emit just one color of your choice. The light charges in 8 hours and emits 8 to 12 hours of light. Shop all the MoMA Store life hacks on their website. 

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