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Stepping into a gallery can be awe-inspiring, but why should that experience be limited to four walls? Let's talk about bringing that gallery vibe to your everyday life through custom accessories and apparel.


Imagine donning a scarf adorned with Van Gogh's Starry Night or a tote bag featuring Monet's Water Lilies. These custom pieces transform renowned artworks into wearable statements, making high art accessible beyond the gallery doors.


By integrating art into custom accessories and apparel, we bridge the gap between the exclusive art world and everyday fashion. It's not just about looking stylish; it's about carrying a piece of culture and history with you wherever you go. These items democratize art, allowing everyone to embrace and celebrate the beauty of renowned masterpieces in their own unique way.


Our concept at Death of Caesar Gallery begins this venture by bringing several works from HiCoup to limited edition phone cases, t-shirts, and custom skateboards.



Custom phone case by artist HiCoup
Smile Phone Case by artist HiCoup


Custom longboard skateboard by artist HiCoup
Custom Longboard Skateboard "Holla if U Hear Me" by artist HiCoup

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Art and culture converged in a breathtaking collision of creativity at our recent pop-up gallery event held in the Manufacturer's Village Artists Open Studios. Nestled within the industrial expanse of an old warehouse, the original Johnson & Johnson factory in East Orange, NJ, this art sanctuary emerged, offering a feast for the senses and a haven for art enthusiasts.


The unconventional setting, with its raw, weathered walls and expansive space, provided an unexpected canvas for our diverse collection of artworks. The juxtaposition of contemporary art against the backdrop of industrial relics created a striking contrast that amplified the allure of the event.


Our artists engaged with attendees, offering insights into their creative processes and inspirations. The event fostered a sense of community, connecting individuals through their shared appreciation for art..


The fleeting nature of our pop-up added an air of exclusivity, encouraging visitors to cherish the transient creativity that existed within this unique convergence of art and location. As the event concluded, it left behind lingering echoes of inspiration and a yearning for more unconventional DOC artistic encounters in unexpected places.




artwork hicoup death of caesar gallery



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