Since its establishment in 1929, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York has been heralded as one of the most influential modern art museums in the world, with highly famed pieces from the likes of Vincent Van Gogh, Salvador Dali and Claude Monet, just to name a few, to have been exhibited there.
MoMA has played a vital role in developing and collecting modernist art, with their collections offering an overview of modern and contemporary works of architecture, painting, sculpture, photography, electronic media, and more.
Originally created by a member of Spanish workshop Pico Pao for MoMA’s Talk to Me exhibition in 2011, Los Taburetes has become a fun stacking game that you can take home enjoy with friends! Taking its cue from the growth of tree branches, Los Taburetes will have you stacking small stools to create a harmonious, flowing sculpture that reaches upward and outward without losing any balance.
Los Taburetes Stacking Game features:
- Recommended for ages 8 and up.
- Made in Spain.
- Made from wood and wood composites.
- No assembly required - unless you're creating your own masterpiece!
- The aim of the game is to create a harmonious, balanced tree-like sculpture.
- Contains 12 miniature, stackable stools.
- Presented in a wooden box.