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Ed Ruscha OOF Champion Hoodie

€89,24 Non-Member
€80,32 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
MoMA Exclusive Online Only

Ed Ruscha OOF Champion Hoodie

€89,24 Non-Member
€80,32 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Blue

Size:  Small

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MoMA Exclusive: “I just happened to paint words like someone else paints flowers,” says artist Ed Ruscha. In this case, the word is OOF, from his 1962 painting of the same name, an artwork in MoMA’s collection. The work—“the single word, its guttural monosyllabic pronunciation, that’s what I was passionate about”—has been reproduced on this Champion Hoodie, with its famous bright yellow letters. The artwork’s brilliant blue takes over the rest of the sweatshirt. The MoMA logo appears on the hoodie’s right sleeve, while the Champion logo appears on the left. 


Champion first produced their hooded sweatshirts in the 1930s to keep athletes warm during training. Our version has “MoMA” appliquéd in classic college-style lettering. An original version of the Champion Hoodie from the 1980s is an object in MoMA's collection.
The Ed Ruscha Champion Hoodie is made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Available in sizes Small through X-Large.

ED RUSCHA / NOW THEN—the most comprehensive presentation of the artist’s work, and his first solo exhibition at MoMA—is on view from September 10, 2023 through January 13, 2024.

  • Designer
    Champion
  • Material
    80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Year of Design
    2019
  • Origin
    SV
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

MoMA Exclusive: “I just happened to paint words like someone else paints flowers,” says artist Ed Ruscha. In this case, the word is OOF, from his 1962 painting of the same name, an artwork in MoMA’s collection. The work—“the single word, its guttural monosyllabic pronunciation, that’s what I was passionate about”—has been reproduced on this Champion Hoodie, with its famous bright yellow letters. The artwork’s brilliant blue takes over the rest of the sweatshirt. The MoMA logo appears on the hoodie’s right sleeve, while the Champion logo appears on the left. 


Champion first produced their hooded sweatshirts in the 1930s to keep athletes warm during training. Our version has “MoMA” appliquéd in classic college-style lettering. An original version of the Champion Hoodie from the 1980s is an object in MoMA's collection.
The Ed Ruscha Champion Hoodie is made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Available in sizes Small through X-Large.

ED RUSCHA / NOW THEN—the most comprehensive presentation of the artist’s work, and his first solo exhibition at MoMA—is on view from September 10, 2023 through January 13, 2024.

  • Designer
    Champion
  • Material
    80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Year of Design
    2019
  • Origin
    SV
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

MoMA Exclusive: “I just happened to paint words like someone else paints flowers,” says artist Ed Ruscha. In this case, the word is OOF, from his 1962 painting of the same name, an artwork in MoMA’s collection. The work—“the single word, its guttural monosyllabic pronunciation, that’s what I was passionate about”—has been reproduced on this Champion Hoodie, with its famous bright yellow letters. The artwork’s brilliant blue takes over the rest of the sweatshirt. The MoMA logo appears on the hoodie’s right sleeve, while the Champion logo appears on the left. 


Champion first produced their hooded sweatshirts in the 1930s to keep athletes warm during training. Our version has “MoMA” appliquéd in classic college-style lettering. An original version of the Champion Hoodie from the 1980s is an object in MoMA's collection.
The Ed Ruscha Champion Hoodie is made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Available in sizes Small through X-Large.

ED RUSCHA / NOW THEN—the most comprehensive presentation of the artist’s work, and his first solo exhibition at MoMA—is on view from September 10, 2023 through January 13, 2024.

  • Designer
    Champion
  • Material
    80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Year of Design
    2019
  • Origin
    SV
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

MoMA Exclusive: “I just happened to paint words like someone else paints flowers,” says artist Ed Ruscha. In this case, the word is OOF, from his 1962 painting of the same name, an artwork in MoMA’s collection. The work—“the single word, its guttural monosyllabic pronunciation, that’s what I was passionate about”—has been reproduced on this Champion Hoodie, with its famous bright yellow letters. The artwork’s brilliant blue takes over the rest of the sweatshirt. The MoMA logo appears on the hoodie’s right sleeve, while the Champion logo appears on the left. 


Champion first produced their hooded sweatshirts in the 1930s to keep athletes warm during training. Our version has “MoMA” appliquéd in classic college-style lettering. An original version of the Champion Hoodie from the 1980s is an object in MoMA's collection.
The Ed Ruscha Champion Hoodie is made from 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Available in sizes Small through X-Large.

ED RUSCHA / NOW THEN—the most comprehensive presentation of the artist’s work, and his first solo exhibition at MoMA—is on view from September 10, 2023 through January 13, 2024.

  • Designer
    Champion
  • Material
    80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Year of Design
    2019
  • Origin
    SV
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

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Ed Ruscha
Ed Ruscha

Born in Nebraska in 1937, Ed Ruscha and his artwork is closely related to his home of Los Angeles, where he attended Chouinard Art Institute. During his Pop art and beat generation years, he was known for exploiting the elastic scale of words: “OOF,” “SPAM” and “HONK.” Later works channel the landscapes of Southern California, including Hollywood, such as his Mountain Series. His work is represented in MoMA's collection.

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