Academy Museum Brand Collaborations
- PEDRO ALMODÓVAR
- PANTONE™ X OSCAR® GOLD
- LEGO® OSCAR
- STUDIO GHIBLI
- AMOEBA MUSIC
- JAVIER AMEIJEIRAS
- SUSAN KARE
- Ruth Carter
- BROKEN PLATES
- WAYNE PERRY
- LOVE SIGN™
- BRICKS & WOOD
- FLORE LANE
- KIKU HANDMADE
- SABAN GLASS
- SMALL SPELLS
- KONSTANTIN KAKANIAS
- HOWARD BERGER
Academy Award–winning filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, one of the most daring and influential writer-directors of our time, partnered with The Academy Museum to create a collection of officially licensed products inspired by his films.
For the first time ever, the Academy Museum Store has collaborated with Pantone™ to bring you the Oscar® Gold collection featuring products using the famed gold color of the Oscar statuette.
A collaboration between the Academy Museum, Studio Ghibli, and Modernica© to create limited-edition chairs featuring the artwork of Hayao Miyazaki. Made exclusively for the Academy Museum Store, all chairs are handmade in Los Angeles, and each style is limited to 100 editions.
Nathan Sawaya is an award-winning artist who creates contemporary art out of LEGO® bricks. In 2015, Sawaya was commissioned to recreate the iconic Academy Award® statuettes out of LEGO bricks for a performance of “Everything is Awesome” from The LEGO Movie, nominated for Best Song.
This is the first time these official brick-built statuettes have been made available to the general public.
The Academy Museum’s temporary exhibition, Hayao Miyazaki, marks the first North American museum retrospective dedicated to the work of the internationally celebrated artist and filmmaker, and features approximately 400 objects, including original imageboards, character designs, storyboards, layouts, backgrounds, posters, and cels.
The products in this collection are inspired by the characters and worlds of Miyazaki’s beloved films.
Shop our collection of cobranded exclusive merchandise created with Amoeba Music. In 1990 Amoeba Music arose out of a community of music lovers that wanted a better place for music than a corporate chain store -- one with the widest possible selection, better service, and more respect for people's ideas and lives.
Javier Ameijeiras is an illustrator and Academy member who has contributed to various major motion pictures, including Aladdin (2019), Beauty and the Beast (2017), The Intern (2015), The Great Gatsby (2013), and Moonrise Kingdom (2012).
Exclusively for the Academy Museum Store, he has designed a sketch of the museum façade and a collection of film student desk accessories inspired by film ratios.
Academy Museum Store Exclusive Design with BAGGU - who's mission is to minimize waste and increase durability with reusable bags assembled from one continuous piece of recycled nylon material, with the neck of the bag used to construct the carrying pouch. Each is made with 100% recycled material.
Susan Kare joined Apple Computer in 1982 as the artist in the Macintosh software group. The designer “who gave the Macintosh a smile,” she is best known for creating the distinctive icons, typefaces, and other pixel elements that gave the Macintosh its characteristic—and widely emulated—friendly look and feel.
These exclusive designs were inspired by objects in the museum collection and the Academy Awards.
Designed by Ruth E. Carter and Douriean Fletcher - This collection recycles the tiles from the museum’s building designed in 1939 and turns them into modern abstract pieces with a vintage flare.
Ruth E. Carter is a two-time Academy Award®-winner in Costume Design. Douriean Fletcher is an ever-evolving artist that creates sacred adornments with high intentions. She is committed to supporting women by revealing and sharing who they are through the storytelling in her one-of-a kind pieces.
Exclusive handcrafted jewelry designed by glass artist Gillian Preston of Broken Plates using the reclaimed and upcycled 1930's Venetian gilded-glass tiles from museum building facade.
Ceramic vessels inspired by the Academy Museum’s iconic gold-tiled cylinder and Hollywood’s classical era. Each vessel is hand-created and signed by Wayne Perry. Wayne Perry is an accomplished Los Angeles-based ceramic artist, art fabricator, public art restorer, and educator. He maintains a studio practice, where he produces ceramic art and pottery for exhibitions and commissions. For the past 22 years, Perry has worked on over fifty public art projects throughout Los Angeles and California.
Every piece is unique - no two are a alike and each will have their own special characteristics.
Designed by the creative agency GRAVILLIS and Academy Member Kenny Gravillis. In June of 2018, Gravillis became an official member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the Marketing and Public Relations Branch. Kenny Gravillis was born and raised in East London. In 1987, he moved to New York City to pursue a career in graphic design. He quickly found his niche in the music industry, starting out in the art department at Def Jam Records. He designed classic album packages for Public Enemy, LL Cool J, and The Notorious B.I.G., to name a few.
We collaborated with RoseBYANDER to bring the Love Sign™ to the world and to celebrate this Deaf-owned business.
Since their launch, the RoseBYANDER jewelry line has been seen on many celebrities including the cast of Academy Award Best Picture winner CODA (2021); Marlee Matlin, Emilia Jones, and Troy Kotsur who are often seen wearing their pendants. The Love Sign pin was worn by actor Troy Kostur at the 94th Academy Awards where he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.
Created in collaboration with Bricks & Wood for the Academy Museum's exhibit Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898 -1971.
The “Black is Beautiful” is such a simple and strong message, we wanted to amplify it across products. The words will live large and bold carrying the sense of pride and appreciation.
All items in this co-branded collection are exclusive to the Academy Museum Store.
Film-themed scents designed by Flores Lane exclusively for the Academy Museum Store.
Each candle is made with natural oils and resins blended into vegan soy wax. The vessels are glass jars that were fished from the ocean and remelted, making them 100% recycled.
Costume designer Arianne Phillips partnered with Jeremy Scott of Moschino© to design a bespoke capsule collection inspired by MGM’s 1939 Technicolor masterpiece The Wizard of Oz.
This exclusive, co-branded collection of film-inspired goods was created with local Los Angeles designer POKETO, and is available only at the Academy Museum Store.
Discover our exclusive bamboo tableware that are 100% biodegradable and free of melamine and plastic, making it an environmentally conscious choice to be kind to yourself, your family, and our planet all made from certified organic bamboo fiber and cornstarch. Featuring our exclusive film icon print.
Kiku Handmade carves a creative niche at the intersection of glass fusing and printmaking just outside Chicago, Illinois. Since 2004, artist Laurie Freivogel has been making colorful and contemporary coasters, serving pieces, and accessories, all screen printed by hand featuring bold graphics, botanical drawings, pop-culture personalities, and iconic city landmarks. She specializes in custom design and loves collaborating with her customers to create unique pieces for their shops.
Exclusive glassware designed by Cheryl Saban for the Academy Museum Store and inspired by the museum's iconic gold cylinder.
Rachel Howe is an artist and healer, who created her multi-dimensional brand Small Spells in 2013, after graduating from Parsons School of Design and working in the art world in New York for over a decade. Along with producing objects and garments with her original designs, she provides inspiration and healing through private tarot readings, reiki sessions, and hand-poked tattoos, as well as regular astrology posts and channeled messages on her Instagram feed.
Konstantin Kakanias’s drawings, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and animated films have been exhibited worldwide. His drawings have been published in The New York Times, Vogue, and Town & Country, among others. He has also published several books of his work. Kakanias has also collaborated with Christian Dior, Christian Louboutin, Cartier, and Yves Saint Laurent as well as numerous other brands. Recently, he created the murals for Fanny’s, the Academy Museum’s restaurant and café. Kakanias was born in Greece and lives in Los Angeles, but he is equally at home in the Sahara desert, at the Louvre, or in Esfahan.
"I created this map specially for the Academy Museum, as a utopian dream of Los Angeles. The city that we love, full of trees, plants, and gardens, where everybody is a Star. " - Konstantin Kakanias
Celebrate the works of Academy Award Winning Make Up Artist Howard Berger. Berger is a special Make-up Effects artist with over 800 feature film credits including Dances With Wolves, Casino, Kill Bill 1 & 2, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Make-up as well as a British Academy Award for Best Achievement in Make-up. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Laika, LLC, simply known as Laika (stylized as LAIKA), is an American stop-motion animation studio specializing in feature films, commercial content for all media, music videos, and short films. The studio is best known for its stop-motion feature films Coraline, ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls, Kubo and the Two Strings and Missing Link.