It’s always interesting to take a peek into the home of one of your favorite artists (also see the Rydens and Shepard Fairey), especially if they are collectors themselves. Architectural Digest recently stopped by the home of Brian Donnelly, better know as KAWS, and his wife and artist Julia Chiang to give us an intriguing look at their Brooklyn abode. The converted triangle-shaped industrial building features both living space as well as administrative offices and art storage, something Donnelly certainly needs judging by his art collection. Just from what is visible we can see work from Keith Haring, Takashi Murakami, Mike Kelley, George Condo, Barry McGee, H.C. Westermann, Dondi, Chris Johanson, Tomoo Gokita, Crash, Matthew Paladino, and more. What we really want to know though is how many BFF’s died to make that chair?

Photo credit: Jason Schmidt (via Architectural Digest).
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