Best known for combining elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti paintings to create a vibrant, iconic artwork style that exudes warmth, optimism and love, the celebrated Brazilian-American neo-pop artist, painter, and sculptor, Romero Britto has now given a new level of color, fashion and art to juvenile products. Featuring artist’s contemporary pop-art designs on top of the line luxury strollers, car seats and accessories, the special edition line of Quinny and Maxi-Cosi products recently unveiled by Dorel Juvenile Group looks more like inspired from Damien Hirst. However, Britto’s commanding compositions on this special collection of products will help parents discover a new language of love, optimism and happiness.
Though Quinny and Maxi-Cosi have always been known for their trend setting style and innovative sophisticated designs, but Remero’s pop-art work has elevated stand-out design to a whole new level. Interestingly, it’ll be for the first time when the world will get to see the artist’s work, which has been exhibited in galleries and museum in over 100 countries, in the stroller and car seat category.
Dubbed as ‘Moodd by Britto’, this ultra-modern and complete stroller system that unfolds automatically offers the flexibility to get the most out of your day, every day. Adaptable, complete and stylish, the Quinny Moodd also come loaded with features like compatibility with Maxi-Cosi infant car seats and with Dreami bassinet, and one-hand recline in both forward-facing and rear-facing positions.
The Quinny Moodd stroller with Britto’s iconic artwork will retail at a price of $900, where as the Max-Cosi Mico Infant car seat with Britto’s artwork will be available this fall at a price tag of just $250.
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