"Collect Ideas" Ball Cap
Now $8.75. Was $35.00

One Size, Cotton
Unstructured low-profile ball cap with tuck-away leather back strap and mesh lining. Black on black embroidery featuring the phrase “Collect Ideas” across the front and AAM logo on the side.

AAM Bluetooth Speakers
Now $26.00. Was $65.00

Wood & Fabric, 2.75" x 2.75" x 0.75"
"I like the use of natural wood for the case and the sound quality is excellent. Very compact, easy to take with me."

AAM Building Magnet
Now $2.40. Was $6.00
2" x 4"
"Ever since the museum was built I have been in love with the building and I love waking up with it every morning."
AAM Building Postcard Set
Now $4.00. Was $10.00

Set of 6, 4" x 6"
"There is no doubt that sending mail is a thing of the past but that does not mean I'm living in the past if I send it."

AAM Canvas Didactic Tote
Now $6.25. Was $25.00

Cotton, 14" x 15"
"I don't know what 'didactic' means no do I know how to spell it but I do like the museum and everything it stands for."

AAM Journals
Now $5.62. Was $22.50
Pack of 2, 1 of each color, 8.25" x 5"
"I go through journals like I go through coffee. I need them for my never-ending list and notes, I keep a stash of notebooks on-hand at all times, changing styles and dimensions frequently. Nice graphic."
AAM Nylon Tote Bag
Now $6.40. Was $16.00
Nylon, 15" x 15"
"When I carry this tote it's always clear, I support the Aspen Art Museum. Plastic bags are a big no-no. The idea of using a plastic bag with so much incredible nature all around disturbs me."
AAM Pencils
Now $2.50. Was $10.00

Standard Pencil Size
"Some people say there is no need for basic graphite pencils any longer and I guess many people think that as they are hard to find. On the contrary, if I have a pencil around I always use it, even more than pens."

AAM Playing Cards
Now $5.00. Was $20.00

Standard deck, some gold grid on purple, some purple grid on gold
"Every house should have at least one set of playing cards. If there is nothing to do, cards always save the day, no matter the type of person or the age." 

AAM Postcard Set
Now $1.50. Was $6.00

Set of 3, 4" x 6" 
"Grid, grid grid! My mind is a number of small boxes, compartmentalizing the overload of todays information. So, I send a card to friends that represents my storage system. I am not sure now many get the joke but there you are."

AAM Snow Globe
Now $18.75. Was $75.00
Plastic and glass, 4" x 6" diameter
"I look at this and I wonder, with today's 3-D printing can my home and life be made into a snow globe? I like snow globes, they always make me daydream. It's nice to recall the visit to the museum as well."
AAM Thin Colored Pencils
Now $5.60. Was $14.00

Pack of 10, 7" x 0.125" diameter
"I like to draw, although I don't do it often enough. I find using a solid graphite pencil and highlighting with colors works well. But also, having a set of colored pencils can be good if I want to be literal."

Alice Channer: High Altitude
Now $1,750.00. Was $3,500.00

Edition 5 of 5, 2015, Cast aluminum, 7" x 4" x 6"; 6" x 4.5" x 3"; 3" x 3.25" x 2"
A mixed-media sculptor and textile artist, 2015 AAM exhibiting artist, Alice Channer creates works that explore the fluid nature of the body and its relationship to its surroundings. Channer has produced the High Altitude edition specifically for the AAM in conjunction with R o c k f a l  l, her first solo museum exhibition, presented at the AAM Roof Deck Sculpture Garden.

ART SEE Museum Experience Dice Game
Now $6.25. Was $25.00

Cotton pouch and dice in plastic holder
Here at the AAM we are great believers in slowing down to make sure that you are seeing as well as experiencing the art on view. ART SEE’s interactive Museum Experience Dice Game comes with a travel bag printed with instructions to make any museum experience into a game kids can take with them anywhere they go. Roll the dice to create a unique museum adventure each and every time!

Baleen: Large Slice Hoops
Now $12.00. Was $48.00
Cellulose acetate and gold-fill post and back, 2 1/2" diameter
"A transparent hoop, simple, clear, no pun intended."
Chris Ofili: Afromuses Couple Tea Towel (Man)
Now $16.00. Was $40.00
Linen, 19.3" x 27.5"
"I remember seeing Chris Ofili's Afromuses in his exhibition Night and Day in
2014 at the New Museum in New York. Afromuses in its entirety features over 181 watercolors created by Ofili between 1995 and 2005. All are gorgeous. That show blew me away again in 2015 at the AAM."
Cindy Sherman: Pool Float
Now $62.50. Was $250.00
Silk-screened float with metallic silver backing, 72" x 66" x 6"
"If you are going to use a pool float it should be something more than a donut or an alligator. Why not a massive iphone with a Cindy Sherman on the screen? Is that at iphone? Doesn't matter, you get what I mean."
David Hammons, Yves Klein
Now $22.00. Was $55.00

Hardcover, 8.2" x 10.2", 208 pages.
This volume offers a compelling examination of the surprising conceptual and visual correspondences between the works of these two pivotal artists known for their innovative practices. Klein (1928–1962) was a major figure in postwar art who opened up new possibilities for material, conceptual, and performative expression, often touching on the metaphysical. Hammons (born 1943) is a conceptual artist whose works in performance, installation, sculpture, printmaking, and other media confront contemporary realities with an often hard-hitting wit. The publication aims to elucidate a resonance between two artists who both engage transformative processes to invest the humblest of everyday materials with deep aesthetic significance. Produced for the 2014 exhibition at AAM.

Frances Stark: Dishonest but Appealing
Now $900.00. Was $1,800.00

Edition 7 of 35, 2013, Paper and cloth, 11" x 8.5" x 2"
Frances Stark is best known for her playful, tongue in cheek preoccupation with language. She presented her feature-length digital animation My Best Thing (2011)at the AAM in 2013. This hard-bound book object, created in collaboration with Parkett, appears as a hand bound novel or tome with embossed printing, silk ribbon, and red cloth. And yet, upon opening its pages, the object is in fact more than meets the eye, it is hollow, carved out with a hidden recess.

Haegue Yang: Cup Cosies
Now $1,400.00. Was $2,800.00
Edition 20 of 35, 2011, Yarn and plastic, 27" x 4.125"
Berlin and Seoul-based, 2011 AAM exhibiting artist, Hague Yang imbues everyday household objects with a magical resonance in her sculptures and installations. These colorful woven cup cozies are at once familiar, but at the same time wholly absurd in their outsized scale, a comical, kitschy take on something handmade and mundane. Done for Parkett, ed 89.“Haegue Yang’s whimsical Cup Cosies elevate craft and knitting from the realm of the domestic to that of high art. Larger conceptual issues also emerge, the 100 yarn-bound plastic cups in varying colors and patterns offering a lighthearted meditation on the perceived boundaries between life and art.” -Artspace
Historium
Now $14.00. Was $35.00
Hardcover 112 pages, 11" x 15"
Welcome to the museum! There are more than 160 historical artifacts to be discovered in Welcome to the Museum: Historium. Wander the galleries of this museum whenever you wish — it’s open 365 days a year! — and discover a collection of curated objects on every page, accompanied by informative text. Each chapter features a different ancient civilization, from the Silla dynasty of Korea to ancient Rome.
I Like It Here Club: Biarritz Ring
Now $9.50. Was $38.00

Gold or silver, ring size 6
"A sunrise on my finger, pure positivity, yeah..."

I Like It Here Club: Empress Threaders
Now $13.75. Was $55.00
Sterling silver
"Floaty and delicate, on air."
Julian Schnabel: Platter
Now $240.00. Was $600.00
Porcelain, 12"
"When I see the image on this plate I think of Schnabel's Italian palazzo inspired building he created in New York City, a totally odd building, at least to me. I seem to recall it has a Juliet balcony? Va bene!"
Jupiter Moon
Now $31.20. Was $78.00
Wood & Electronics, 4" x 3.25" x 2"
"Totally weird and can get pretty wild as well. Not only for kids but also for kid-like adults, of which there are many!"
Lisa Yuskavage Exhibition Poster: ''Wilderness''
Now $14.00. Was $35.00
34.25" x 24"
"Get lost in the wilderness of this totally post-apocalyptic landscape and wild, wild narrative. I love the colors, and Yuskavage’s affinity for those long striped  socks always makes me laugh."
Lisa Yuskavage Postcard Set
Now $4.80. Was $12.00

Set of 3 cards, 4" x 6"
Lisa Yuskavage creates ethereal, fantastical landscapes replete with voluptuous, sexualized female figures. Her exhibition Wilderness,currently on view at the AAM; co-organized with the Baltimore Museum of Art, looks beyond the eroticism of the figure to the fantastical nature of Yuskavage’s landscapes. These cards were produced for the exhibition.

Margaret Lee: Untitled 11
Now $750.00. Was $1,500.00

Edition of 15, 2014, Unframed, Digital C-Print, 8" x 11"
As AAM’s first Photographer in Residence in 2014, artist, curator, and dealer Margaret Lee produced a series of photographs in which mainstream household objects pose in the unlikely scenario of the outdoors. Lee is prolific among interconnected endeavors; she creates her own work, collaborates with other artists, and runs a New York City gallery space 47 Canal. In her personal work, she explores the idea of the readymade object while working by hand to create artwork that strays from mass-production and preventing the creation of what may traditionally be thought of as editions. Lee's works are included in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dikeou Collection (Denver), and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo.

Margaret Lee: Untitled 14
Now $750.00. Was $1,500.00

Edition of 15, 2014, Unframed, Digital C-Print, 8" x 11"
As AAM’s first Photographer in Residence in 2014, artist, curator, and dealer Margaret Lee produced a series of photographs in which mainstream household objects pose in the unlikely scenario of the outdoors. Lee is prolific among interconnected endeavors; she creates her own work, collaborates with other artists, and runs a New York City gallery space 47 Canal. In her personal work, she explores the idea of the readymade object while working by hand to create artwork that strays from mass-production and preventing the creation of what may traditionally be thought of as editions. Lee's works are included in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dikeou Collection (Denver), and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo.

Margaret Lee: Untitled 5
Now $750.00. Was $1,500.00

Edition of 15, 2014, Unframed, Digital C-Print, 8" x 11"
As AAM’s first Photographer in Residence in 2014, artist, curator, and dealer Margaret Lee produced a series of photographs in which mainstream household objects pose in the unlikely scenario of the outdoors. Lee is prolific among interconnected endeavors; she creates her own work, collaborates with other artists, and runs a New York City gallery space 47 Canal. In her personal work, she explores the idea of the readymade object while working by hand to create artwork that strays from mass-production and preventing the creation of what may traditionally be thought of as editions. Lee's works are included in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dikeou Collection (Denver), and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo.

Margaret Lee: Untitled 6
Now $750.00. Was $1,500.00

Edition of 15, 2014, Unframed, Digital C-Print, 8" x 11"
As AAM’s first Photographer in Residence in 2014, artist, curator, and dealer Margaret Lee produced a series of photographs in which mainstream household objects pose in the unlikely scenario of the outdoors. Lee is prolific among interconnected endeavors; she creates her own work, collaborates with other artists, and runs a New York City gallery space 47 Canal. In her personal work, she explores the idea of the readymade object while working by hand to create artwork that strays from mass-production and preventing the creation of what may traditionally be thought of as editions. Lee's works are included in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dikeou Collection (Denver), and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo.

Margaret Lee: Untitled 7
Now $750.00. Was $1,500.00

Edition of 15, 2014, Unframed, Digital C-Print, 8" x 11"
As AAM’s first Photographer in Residence in 2014, artist, curator, and dealer Margaret Lee produced a series of photographs in which mainstream household objects pose in the unlikely scenario of the outdoors. Lee is prolific among interconnected endeavors; she creates her own work, collaborates with other artists, and runs a New York City gallery space 47 Canal. In her personal work, she explores the idea of the readymade object while working by hand to create artwork that strays from mass-production and preventing the creation of what may traditionally be thought of as editions. Lee's works are included in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dikeou Collection (Denver), and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo.

Margaret Lee: Untitled 9
Now $750.00. Was $1,500.00

Edition of 15, 2014, Unframed, Digital C-Print, 8" x 11"
As AAM’s first Photographer in Residence in 2014, artist, curator, and dealer Margaret Lee produced a series of photographs in which mainstream household objects pose in the unlikely scenario of the outdoors. Lee is prolific among interconnected endeavors; she creates her own work, collaborates with other artists, and runs a New York City gallery space 47 Canal. In her personal work, she explores the idea of the readymade object while working by hand to create artwork that strays from mass-production and preventing the creation of what may traditionally be thought of as editions. Lee's works are included in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dikeou Collection (Denver), and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo.

Maurizio Cattelan: Aspen Art Museum Scarf
Now $32.50. Was $65.00

Edition of 100, Acrylic, 80" x 8"
Designed by legendary Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, known for his cheeky gestures, this extra-long, fringed acrylic scarf mimics the traditional look of European sports fan scarves. The front is woven with “Aspen Art Museum” and the year of our founding (1979) and a vibrantly striped back reads “Art Matters”—the art world equivalent of a team chant. 

Art Matters™ is a non-profit foundation which supports artists working in contemporary art and performance whose work intends to break ground aesthetically and socially. The foundation began as the brainchild of philanthropist Laura Donnelley and educator Philip Yenawine in 1985 and has since given over 2000 grants directly to US artists for fellowships and projects all over the world. www.artmattersfoundation.org

Meet Me At The Art Museum
Now $5.00. Was $19.95

Hardcover, 10" x 10", 40 pages.
After being discarded on the floor of an art museum, Stub (a museum ticket) has nowhere to go until Daisy the docent’s helper (a name tag) finds him and offers him a tour of the museum. Stub meets a badge who keeps the artworks safe, a computer who archives them, and other characters who work there. From the director’s office to the library to the conservator’s studio to the loading dock, Stub discovers who does what, and what goes on, behind the scenes at the museum. He even finds a home for himself among the museum’s many treasures!

Noah Lyon: Buttons
Now $5.00. Was $12.50
Set of 5 Random, 1"
"If ever one needed a conversation starter, this is it."
One Hour Ahead: The Avant-Garde in Aspen, 1945–2004
Now $16.00. Was $40.00
Hardcover, 11.4" x 10", 131 pages
An AAM publication. How does a museum tell its own story? This is an especially difficult question for an institution that is so out of the ordinary. Despite its “museum” designation, the AAM holds no collections. Aspen itself is equally idiosyncratic (some might even say quirky). The size of the town—roughly five thousand full-time residents in two square miles—belies the institution’s participants, support, and ambitions. With its astronomical housing costs, Kafkaesque building codes, and often-incendiary political debates, Aspen seemingly strives to be out of step with the rest of the world. During the 1960s, the town was even in its own time zone; unlike the rest of Colorado, Aspen observed daylight savings time, thus putting the city “one hour ahead” of other communities for part of the year. It is precisely these qualities, however, that define not only the city but also the art museum and its character. The unusual and remarkable nature of Aspen is precisely “the point” and becomes the universal subtext to the story of Aspen’s art history. Aspen attempts things that most cities would never try.
Paper Vase
Now $9.20. Was $23.00
Water-resistant paper, 8.46" x 11.4"
"Folding vase one, perfect hostess gift one. Folding vase two, perfect hostess gift two. Use with a plastic bottle inside."
Phil Collins: Clara, I Envy You
Now $1,000.00. Was $2,000.00
Edition of 8, 2009, Unframed, LightJet print, 16.5" x 10.5"
Straddling the line between voyeurism and active participation, the artwork of Phil Collins often engages with how subcultures within local communities relate to and interact with the larger community. As the AAM's 2008 Distinguished Artist in Residence, Collins produced a 16mm color film entitled soy mi madre. Beyond Collins's experiences of Aspen and the surrounding Roaring Fork Valley, soy mi madre took as its references the world of the Latin American telenovela, as well as plot elements of Jean Genet's controversial 1949 play "The Maids", in which the servants of a well-to-do mistress take turns enacting a fantasy drama in which each alternately play the role of their employer. Shot with a Mexican cast and crew entirely on a set in Mexico, soy mi madre debuted at the AAM in 2008. This is a still from that film.
Rashid Johnson x Rome Pays Off: T-Shirt
Now $37.50. Was $75.00

2019, Prima cotton, Slim fit
Printed allover with one of Rashid Johnson’s "Untitled Escape Collages" that featured in his AAM Exhibition, The Hikers from 2019Johnson is renowned for challenging the assumptions often present in collective notions of blackness. Johnson was the recipient of the 2018 Aspen Award for Art. The shirt is a collaboration with New York City–based fashion brand, Rome Pays Off.

Rashid Johnson x Rome Pays Off: Hoodie
Now $80.00. Was $160.00

2019, Cotton, Slim fit
Printed allover with one of Rashid Johnson’s "Untitled Escape Collages" that featured in his AAM Exhibition, The Hikers from 2019Johnson is among an influential, core group of American artists whose work employs a wide range of materials and images to explore themes of art history, literature, philosophy, and personal and cultural identity. Johnson was the recipient of the 2018 Aspen Award for Art. Collaboration with New York City–based fashion brand, Rome Pays Off.

Robert Montgomery: Poem Sleeveless T-Shirt
Now $47.50. Was $95.00
Cotton, Collaboration with Each Other, 2015
Robert Montgomery’s poetic interventions are published outside gallery walls on billboards, as LED light pieces, woodcuts, watercolors and publicly burned "fire poems". Informed by history and attentive to the collective consciousness within specific locales, Montgomery’s texts, at times, pose universal and political questions, while at other points are intimate and fulfill his mission to “touch the hearts of strangers.” Here you have one to wear.
Roberto Cuoghi Print
Now $225.00. Was $450.00
Edition 21 of 60, 2015, Unframed, 15" x 10.25"
AAM is pleased to offer a print by Roberto Cuoghi created in conjunction with Le Consortium, centre d’Art, Dijon, France, and publisher Les Presses de Réel for his exhibition at the museum, da iḍā e piṅgalā a iḍā e iḍā o piṅgalā e piṅgalā (2015), which examined integral themes within his practice, including the history of metamorphosis, the challenges of representation, and the fluidity and hybridity inherent in identity. With no direct influences, Cuoghi's work doesn't fit comfortably within any genre of art. Over the past two decades, his works are united by a preoccupation with process. He develops new techniques and methodologies to execute every work with absolute creative control and the highest degree of craftsmanship. Each new series is vastly different than the last, and Cuoghi moves seamlessly from medium to medium, mastering form without being defined by any singular style.
Shigeru Ban Vase
Now $135.00. Was $270.00
Paper, plywood and glass, Edition of 100, 10" x 4"
In conjunction with the opening of Shigeru Ban’s first museum in the US, the AAM, we present the architect’s first limited edition. Directly inspired by his unique approach to humanitarian architecture, Ban’s simple and elegant vase epitomizes the architect’s use of unconventional recycled materials. Constructed out of a cut industrial paper tube and basic plywood with a colored glass bottle insert, Ban’s minimalist edition has the air of temporariness, yet the edition is both durable and sustainable. The insert comes in either red or yellow.
Shigeru Ban: Humanitarian Architecture
Now $24.00. Was $60.00

Hardcover, 9" x 1", 280 pages 
"Architects are not building temporary housing because we are too busy building for  privileged people. I’m not saying I’m against building monuments, but I’m thinking we can work more for the public.” - Shigeru Ban, Pritzker Prize, 2014. This important  study to collect, catalogue and examine Shigeru Ban's architectural responses to disaster relief. Essays and discussions, drawings in the artist's hand, instruction manuals, diverse photographs and a timeline and map, an essential compendium for Ban's work.

Simon Denny: Distant Early Warning Playing Cards
Now $32.50. Was $65.00

Edition 6 of 100, 2012, 
The AAM partnered with artist Simon Denny to create a limited-edition Distant Early Warning playing card deck. Inspired by the 1969 deck created by communication theorist and philosopher Marshall McLuhan, this twenty-first-century DEW line deck is designed to support users with out-of-the-box problem solving—and can, of course, be used for traditional card games. The playing cards feature artwork by Denny and aphorisms from modern leaders such as Elon Musk, Sheryl Sandberg, Jack Ma and more. Each deck comes with instructions for use and is signed by the artist. Simon Denny is a New Zealand contemporary artist based in Berlin. His work has challenged numerous themes entrenched in modern society’s globalized culture: the internet, technological obsolescence, corporate culture, television broadcasting, and national identity. His solo exhibition at the AAM took place in 2012.

Small Paper Vase
Now $6.00. Was $15.00
Water-resistant paper, 6.5" x 6.5"
"Folds flat! Better than buying and gifting flowers, buy this and cut some things from nature! Use with a plastic bottle inside.
Stackable Snowmen
Now $14.40. Was $36.00

Wood, 6" tall when assembled
12 interchangeable parts that make 3 snow creatures, interchange year after year.

The Rainbow Hour
Now $6.00. Was $15.00

Hardcover, 9" x 8.875", 20pages.
Every day, for one hour, everything in Charlotte Gray’s room changes to a single color. But on Sundays, everything in her room becomes all the colors of the rainbow.

VSSL x AAM First Aid
Now $30.00. Was $75.00

Flashlight with first aid supplies inside, 9" x 2"
The AAM teamed up with VSSL (Pronounced “Vessel”) to create these special-edition kits, complete with the AAM logo. Open the VSSL First Aid cylinder, unroll the kit, and you’ll find everything you need easily accessible and organized in plastic sleeves. In addition, if your medical emergency leaves you stranded, the kit includes a compact whistle and our dual-mode LED flashlight—which can illuminate a large area—so you can easily signal for help.

VSSL x AAM Flask
Now $30.00. Was $75.00

Military-grade aluminum, 9" x 2"
The AAM teamed up with VSSL (pronounced “vessel”) to create these special-edition kits. VSSL Flask is a utility light that doubles up to hold your booze. It contains a dual-mode (static & SOS) LED flood-beam lantern (batteries included) and an oil-filled compass, to help you find your way in all conditions, encased inside an indestructible waterproof cylinder that holds liquid.

VSSL x AAM Mini Suunto Cache
Now $50.00. Was $125.00

Military-grade aluminum, 6" x 2"
The AAM teamed up with VSSL to create these special-edition kits. The container is made from seamless military-specification anodized aluminum and features the world’s best compass, Suunto. Contains: a dual-mode (static & SOS) LED flood-beam lantern (batteries included), an oil-filled compass, to help you find your way in all conditions, a carabiner end-cap, fire starter kit/mirror, water purification kit, rope, razor blade and a sewing kit.

VSSL x AAM Supplies Black Ops
Now $60.00. Was $150.00

Military-grade aluminum, 9" x 2"
The AAM teamed up with VSSL (pronounced “vessel”) to create these special-edition kits, complete with the AAM logo. VSSL Supplies Suunto Edition: Utility Light & Survival Kit. We made it simple by packing your essential gear inside a military-grade, multi-mode LED light–topped container with a dual-hemisphere Suunto compass. Each VSSL Supplies Black Ops Contains: a dual-mode (static & SOS) LED flood-beam lantern (batteries included), an oil-filled compass, to help you find your way in all conditions, a four-hour pure Canadian beeswax candle, a razor blade, water purification tablets, a wire saw (high-tensile, 60lb working strength), first aid supplies, an aluminum beadless emergency whistle, waterproof matches, fire starters, fishing gear, a signaling mirror, marine-grade rope (250lb breaking strength), reflective trail markers, a P38 military GI–Type can opener, the VSSL Priorities of Survival & Instructions.

VSSL x AAM Supplies Silver
Now $40.00. Was $100.00

Military-grade aluminum, 9" x 2"
The AAM teamed up with VSSL (pronounced “vessel”) to create these special-edition kits, complete with the AAM logo. VSSL Supplies Suunto Edition: Utility Light & Survival Kit. We made it simple by packing your essential gear inside a military-grade, multi-mode LED light–topped container with a dual-hemisphere Suunto compass. Each VSSL Supplies Black Ops Contains: a dual-mode (static & SOS) LED flood-beam lantern (batteries included), an oil-filled compass, to help you find your way in all conditions, a four-hour pure Canadian beeswax candle, a razor blade, water purification tablets, a wire saw (high-tensile, 60lb working strength), first aid supplies, an aluminum beadless emergency whistle, waterproof matches, fire starters, fishing gear, a signaling mirror, marine-grade rope (250lb breaking strength), reflective trail markers, a P38 military GI–Type can opener, the VSSL Priorities of Survival & Instructions.

“Collect Ideas” Glass Water Bottle
Now $7.50. Was $30.00

Glass, 22oz
While the Aspen Art Museum does not collect objects, we do collect ideas.

All glass water bottle featuring the phrase “Collect Ideas” in white on one side and the AAM logo in white on the reverse. Glass cap with a rubber seal.

“Collect Ideas” Tumbler
Now $8.75. Was $35.00

10 oz
While the Aspen Art Museum does not collect objects, we do collect ideas.
Lowball double-walled tumbler in shiny black featuring the phrase “Collect Ideas” in white on one side and the AAM logo on the reverse. 10 oz.