The world's first digital, in-home, professional gallery. By Acne Studios.

Words by

Kirsten Biacsi

Acne don’t mess around when it comes to aesthetic. Not only are they iconic for their classic-yet-edgy fashion, but the cult label will soon be introducing cutting edge style to more than just your wardrobe. With the launch of their Curater frame, Acne plan to introduce carefully curated artworks into the modern home.

But how? Curater is more than a mere frame. It’s the world’s first state-of-the-art digital panel (sort of a giant tablet device) that will display roughly seven full exhibitions, as curated by Acne Studios with art institutions across the globe. Those familiar with the label's killer aesthetic will understand just how big a deal this is. Huge.

To be one of fifty randomly selected to receive a free Curater frame sing up here. Home décor wont ever be the same. 


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