How Much Is That Doggy in the Window?

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James Day for Newsweek

Man’s Best Friend
British artist Robert Bradford, who has a solo show at Envie d’Art in Paris, brings us Beg, a two-foot sculpture made of toys, flashlights, and clothes. Adorable—and he won’t ruin the carpet.
$8,000–$9,000; robertbradford.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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Toy Story
Introduce a Kate Middleton doll to the jealous Barbies in your toy chest. Or, for a dash of Silicon Valley chic, pick up a Mark Zuckerberg “Poking Inventor” action figure.
$195, franklinmint.com;
$70, store.micgadget.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Novelty Objects
A new German show includes the most creative fashion objects, including pieces by Louise Bourgeois, Hussein Chalayan, Comme des Garçons, and Martin Margiela.
Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg; through Aug. 7

 

 

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Help Japan
After the devastating earthquake, artist James White made a “Help Japan” poster, with a cracked image of the nation’s flag. It sold out right away but will be reissued. All proceeds go to disaster relief.
$30; signalnoise.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Steer Clear
There’s a new menace on the road: the Ex Machine, a screw-driver racing bike created by a German artist that runs off of two power tools, and can zip up to 18 miles per hour.
Price upon request; nilsferber.de

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