Kenny Scharf Travel Tumbler - Globzoz
Introducing the Kenny Scharf Travel Tumbler - Globzoz, your new on-the-go essential! Whether you're taking your morning coffee to work or sipping on an ice-cold beverage by the pool, this travel tumbler is perfect for keeping your drink at the optimum temperature. Made with high-quality stainless steel, it features rounded corners, a see-thru plastic lid, and a glossy finish that adds a touch of sophistication to its design.
Not only is it stylish, but it's practical too. The 20oz capacity is perfect for a large drink, and it's dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Plus, with three designs to choose from, collecting them all has never been more fun!
And best of all, you can feel good about your purchase knowing that recycling is always an option! Make the Kenny Scharf Travel Tumbler - Globzoz your go-to choice for on-the-go beverages.
- 20 oz
- Stainless Steel
- Dishwasher safe
- Rounded Corners
- See thru plastic lid
- Glossy Finish
- Collect all three
- Always recycle when you can!
About the Artist
Kenny Scharf is an American painter and iconic street artist. His inimitable graffiti paintings gained him notoriety and fame in the New York downtown art scene of the 1980s, with his work regularly featuring stylized aliens and popular culture icons in tessellated, colorful patterns. “Part of what I do and what I want to do is I want to bring art into the everyday life,” the artist has said of his street practice. “If you’re just walking in the street and you're confronted by something, that might change your day—it might inspire you.” Often painting improvisationally, many of Scharf’s playful, gestural murals still adorn New York streets to this day. He befriended such luminaries as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, and gained widespread recognition in renowned institutions, as evidenced by his inclusion in the 1985 Whitney Biennial. Born in Los Angeles, CA in 1958, Scharf has maintained a New York-based practice since his completing his BFA in painting at the School of Visual Arts in 1980. His work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the Miami Center for the Fine Arts, and the Queens Museum of Art, among others.