Let your imagination go wild with Make-a-Mask coloring books.
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The Raku clay Pepsi bottle sculpture is made by CA artist, Karen Shapiro. Come see her piece in the permanent collection at Pam Crocker Art Museum.
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The Raku clay Pepsi bottle sculpture is made by CA artist, Karen Shapiro. Come see her piece in the permanent collection at @Pamela Hichens Crocker Art Museum.
MoMA Design Store PERPETUAL CALENDAR was designed by CA-based industrial designer Gideon Dagan. This clever desktop calendar was designed to be used year after year by moving magnetic balls manually to mark the date and month.
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The Perpetual #Calendar By MoMA This boldly original calendar is designed to be used year after year.
This boldly original calendar is designed to be used year after year. Simply move the two magnetic balls to mark the date and month. Made for the Museum, t
The Perpetual Calendar By MoMA
These one of a kind handmade Origami necklaces were made by Sacramento artist Wingy Lam. Each piece Wingy makes is hand folded and lovingly assembled waiting to be worn. Available at Crocker Art Museum Store.
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The cutest songbird speakers by kikkerland design design. Available at Crocker Art Museum Store
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The cutest songbird speakers by @kikkerland design design design. Available at Crocker Art Museum Store
"Salt and Pants" from Fred & Friends The cutest Salt and Pepper Shakers!
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We especially love this one from "Ways to Unplug"
Celebrate all things Spring! All flowers, big and small, are more beautiful in a unique vase.
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These hand thrown ceramic bowls were made to look like they were in an earthquake. By Nelson, CA-based artist Paul DiPasqua, who has works in the Crocker’s permanent collection.