James Rosenquist F-111 Girl Skateboard Triptych
MoMA Exclusive: This skateboard triptych features a reproduction from James Rosenquist’s artwork F-111 (1964–65), a work in MoMA’s collection. The original work, which consists of 59 oversized panels, addresses the connection between the Vietnam War, consumerism and advertising.Each triptych is produced in a limited and numbered edition of 100 and made from 7-ply Canadian maple wood. It includes a printed signature of the artist, and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Add your own wheels (not included) for a cool, functional skateboard or hang on your wall as art (wall mount included). Each board in the James Rosenquist F-111 Girl Skateboard Triptych measures 31h x 8w x 0.5"d.
F-111 (Detail), 1964–65. © James Rosenquist Foundation.
James Rosenquist (American, 1933–2017) became well-known in the 1960s for his innovative work in the Pop movement. Drawing on his early experience as a billboard painter, Rosenquist culled imagery from advertising, photographs, and popular culture, to create work that radically changed the art world.
DesignerJames Rosenquist Foundation and The Skateroom
Size31h x 8w x 0.5"d per deck
Materials7-ply Canadian Maple Wood
Year of Design2021
ArtistJames Rosenquist Foundation and The Skateroom