Over the past decade, Warby Parker has grown in popularity due to its commitment to providing stylish eyewear at affordable prices. In addition to its ever-expanding eyewear options, the brand continues to branch out from its online model with over 125 retail locations in the US and Canada. One of the many things that sets Warby Parker apart is their love of art. From the start, they have commissioned over 100 artists from around the world to create original work that can be found in and around their retail stores on murals, prints, animations, lens tissues, enamel needles, postcards, wallpaper, cookies and much more. To celebrate their birthday, they have published the part encyclopedia – part retrospective “The Alphabet of Art at Warby Parker”, in which all works of art are put together over 352 large-format, color pages arranged in an organized A-to-format Z -Format. You can learn more about the art and the artist behind it while supporting the Pupils Project, a Warby Parker program that offers free visual exams, eye exams, and glasses for kids in New York City, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. For every book bought, 100% of the proceeds will be used to support the initiative.
“The Alphabet of Art at Warby Parker” is available in all Warby Parker retail stores.