Pop artist Romero Britto lends his colorful work to the Quinny Moodd.
Many parents like their strollers to stand out and look unique. Your child is unique and beautiful, so why not your stroller, too, right? Whether you add a seat liner in a different color or pattern or change out the sun canopy, stroller brands are finding ways for parents to step out in high style and fashion.
So on that note, have you seen the new Quinny Moodd with the colorful frame? This version of the Moodd was revealed in the 2013 stroller updates last month. Turns out each piece is unique due to the complex technique used to basically bake the image onto the frame. Yes, your Moodd is one-of-a-kind! So who is the artist? His name is Romero Britto. Why has Quinny teamed up him? Let’s find out a little more about this influential artist.
Who is Romero Britto?
A native of Brazil, Romero Britto came to live in Miami in the late 1980s. Britto combines elements of Picasso’s cubism and Lichtenstein’s pop art to create his own colorful creations he finds inspiring and positive in life. He is recognized as a major influence in the contemporary art scene for the last 14 years.
Britto’s first major break came shortly after coming to the United States when Absolut Vodka approached him about their “Absolut Art” campaign along with Andy Warhol and Keith Haring. Since then, Britto has collaborated with brands such as Audi, Disney, Volvo, Evian, Pepsi, Royal Caribbean Cruises and FIFA. One of the official posters of the 2010 World Cup was designed by Britto.
Quinny, Maxi Cosi and Britto
But now let’s look closer at this gorgeous Quinny stroller and accessories. You’ve got lots of style options.
Besides the cool looking frame on the Moodd, you can change out the seat liner with black, red or blue, sold separately for about $99. I like the winged heart on the canopy with this limited edition product.
Another stylish accessory is the parasol. Offering additional shade the $60 umbrella comes in two versions: Britto Heart, which is the same design as the sun canopy – all black with the winged heart, or Britto Landscape, which is a gorgeous colorful trapezoid patterns all over.
Maxi Cosi goes hand-in-hand with Quinny, because they are both under the same company, Dorel. So the Maxi Cosi Mico car seat is what you use with your Quinny strollers, and the new Britto Mico car seat is just as stunning.
The canopy is red with the same winged heart as the stroller. The black seat padding contrasts with nicely with the red canopy. The handle and head support pillow are in that signature colorful Britto pattern. It is absolutely gorgeous.
Lastly, Maxi Cosi offers two different window shades. One with the teddy bear (remember I mentioned the popular teddy bear earlier?) and the winged heart. Both colorful designs are set on a yellow background. What a bright way to perk up your car and shade your baby.
I hope to highlight more artists who collaborate with stroller companies in the future. What do you think of the Romero Britto line?
Top Photo: Atlas Galleries
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