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Virgil Abloh might currently be on a doctor-ordered sabbatical, however his work is still making headlines.

First, came the totally useless handbag at Paris Fashion Week and now, his debut collection for IKEA has been unveiled. Called MARKERAD, the collection “celebrates a classic minimalist design and builds on artistic references and disruptive elements,” according to a release. There are 15 products in total in the collection, many of which feature Abloh’s signature quotation marks. Standout items in the collection come in the form of rugs: one has been finished to look like grass with the words “WET GRASS” stamped across the front, whilst the other looks like a giant receipt. The mirror is another highlight, giving the illusion of a corner via a crack in its top left corner which the release says creates “a visual...

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