Designer: Robert Rauschenberg
Problems related to the use of copyright Michelin maps themselves, forced to withdraw the cup "Paris" with its saucer "Madrid". The cups had to be withdrawn from production and being destroyed.
Saucers have the artist's signature in black color.
Considered one of the fathers of Pop art, Robert Rauschenberg is undoubtedly one of the most important figures of contemporary art. In 1964 he was the first American to win the Grand Prix of the Venice Biennial Exhibit.
Robert Rauschenberg ,one of te main figures of American Pop Art, fixed his gaze one simple maps of great cities. With five cups and saucers he takes us on a journey from the city blocks of Manhattan to the avenues of Moscow, from Rio to Rome, and from the broad arteries of Mexico City to Beijing.300 special limited edition sets were sold at the Guggenheim museum in New York, the decoration is the same, but the saucers have a black signature, packed in a different gift box and a different brochure, special made for Change Inc. foundation occasion.