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Van Gogh Museum, Daily Paper Reunite for New Collaboration

This is the second collaboration the Daily Paper and the Van Gogh Museum have teamed for in licensing.

Amsterdam-based clothing label Daily Paper and the Van Gogh Museum have launched a second clothing line featuring a selection of Vincent van Gogh’s masterpieces.

Inspired by the life and work of Vincent van Gogh, Daily Paper has teamed up with the Van Gogh Museum to design this autumn/winter collection. This second line features works such as The Potato Eaters (1885) and Sunflowers (1889), alongside a number of Van Gogh’s lesser known floral compositions. The new collection includes coats, t-shirts, jumpers, jackets and a range of accessories.

This partnership between the Van Gogh Museum and Daily Paper ties in with Van Gogh connects, a four-year research program powered by Fonds 21 which examines how the museum can be and stay relevant for young people with bicultural backgrounds.
In association with De Beeldbrekers – a group of young people with bicultural backgrounds who are contributing their perspectives and expertise to shape a more inclusive Van Gogh Museum – visitors are invited to experience this latest partnership between the Van Gogh Museum and Daily Paper. On Oct. 23 and 30, the museum will offer guided tours of the Van Goghs chosen for this collection and workshops centering on the themes that connect Daily Paper and the Van Gogh Museum: growth, perseverance, self-education, muses and role models.

The autumn/winter collection by Daily Paper is available in the Van Gogh Museum webshop, at, in Daily Paper stores, the Van Gogh Museum shop and other selected retailers worldwide.

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