Q&A with KAWS Collector and Legend Ronnie K. Pirovino

Ronnie K. Pirovino has been collecting KAWS artwork and collectibles since 2003, amassing one of the world’s largest KAWS collections. He is also an active member of the contemporary art community, appraising collections and curating exhibitions from Los Angeles to Dubai. In anticipation of Heritage Auctions’ March 6 Urban Art & Supreme Featuring The Collection […]

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Beyond Fantasy: The Career of Frank Frazetta

Every true fantasy fan knows the name, Frazetta, but the prodigious artist is known for much more. From comic art to corporate logos, album covers to movie production, Frank Frazetta had his hand in all things illustration. As soon as the Brooklyn native could walk he was drawing, and at the mere age of 16 […]

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Record-Breaking Spider-Man Original Art by John Romita, Sr.

Collectors searching for the value of vintage Spider-Man comic books may be shocked to learn original cover art featuring the Marvel superhero can sell for $150,000-250,000. One such piece – John Romita Sr.’s original cover art to Amazing Spider-Man #100 – may even set an auction record this month with the possibility of selling for […]

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Marilyn Monroe Photos Showcase Classic Film Roles

As her white flowy dress blows up from the air below, Marilyn Monroe quickly pushes the dress down, smiling cheekily at the camera. We’ve all seen this photo. Without fail, Monroe has provided the world with some of the most prolific images, and never failed to grab the attention of photographers. Our Photographs Auction on […]

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Proving Provenance: Your Collectible’s Story

In the 1950s, the average American home had a piece of furniture called a telephone table, a simple wooden seat with an attached ledge to place the family’s rotary dial phone. You can easily find these run-of-the-mill tables at your average flea market, estate sale or antique shop. The price? Usually about 50 bucks. No […]

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The Easiest Way To Land A Birkin Without Ever Being On A List

Back in 2001, when Samantha Jones famously tried to bypass the legendary Hermes waiting list during Sex and the City’s fictional “Birkin” episode, a saga exploded across the fashion landscape. The conversation following that season four installment continues today – could there really be a waiting list at Hermes to secure a Birkin? And do […]

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Black Panther: From Comic Pages To Feature Film Star

“Introducing the Sensational Black Panther!” That was the cover blurb on Fantastic Four #52 in 1966 … and sensational he was. A fantastic creation from the head of Jack Kirby, refined by the writing of Stan Lee.   Introduced in the movie Captain America: Civil War, in which he fought with and against many of […]

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