Olalla Gambín Museum
Tienda de Museo – Design Store
We created bespoke products for museums, galleries and gift shops. Our collections are made in our factory in Ubrique, Spain. Designed and produced with love and care.
Diseño a medida
Personalizamos nuestras colecciones para museos, galerías de arte y tiendas de regalo. Diseñamos y fabricamos nuestras colecciones desde nuestra fábrica en Ubrique, España.
Discretion, quality and craftmanship Olalla Gambín since its founding in Ubrique, Spain steeped in the tradition of Spanish`s master leather combined with silk. Brought to our lives the masterpieces of all times. Traditional mastery with breathtaking innovation.
Obras maestras de la pintura plasmadas en materiales como piel y seda. La colaboración entre el trabajo artesanal y la continua innovación en el diseño.
Colecciones – Collections
Obras maestras de la pintura plasmadas en materiales nobles como la piel y la seda. La colaboración ente el trabajo artesanal y la continua innovación.
Colecciones – Collections
Accesorios - Accessories
Bolsos - Bags
Camisetas con un 70% de algodón orgánico
Mujer – Woman
T-shirts with 70% organic cotton
Mostrando todos los resultados 7
T-shirt El Bosco30,00 € IVA incluido
T-shirt Gustav Klimt El Beso30,00 € IVA incluido
T-shirt Sorolla Paseo a orillas del mar30,00 € IVA incluido
T-shirt van Gogh Almendro30,00 € IVA incluido
T-shirt van Gogh Los Girasoles30,00 € IVA incluido
T-shirt van Gogh Los Lirios30,00 € IVA incluido
T-shirt van Gogh Noche Estrellada30,00 € IVA incluido
Arte y Bolso
Arte y Bolsos
Art and Bags
Art and Bags
Arte y Bolsos
Los espectadores del Arce realizada por Hideyori Kanö en 1557. Esta pintura plasma un grupo de gente disfrutando del follaje del arce al lado del río Kiyotaki de Takao, al norte de Kioto.
Colección escuela Kanö
La escuela Kanö es uno de los grandes pilares de la pintura japonesa. Se cultivo durante el periodo Muromachi gracias a una familia de artistas que sirvió al sogunato Ashikaga. La escuela Kanö nació como influencia de la pintura china, desarrolló un estilo de colores brillantes.
The Kanö School of painting
The Kanö School is one of the great pillars of Japanese painting. It was cultivated during the Muromachi period by a family of artist who served the Ashikaga Sogunate. The Kanö School was founded as an influence of Chinese painting, developing a style of bright colours.
Join us in unlocking the treasures kept in archives across Europe
Olalla Gambín has the pleasure to participate in this project, to tap into the enormous potential digital collections have for changing the way that information is used, and for developing new ways of preserving, collecting, organizing, propagating and accessing knowledge.
The project is co-funded by the European Union through the Creative Europe programme, the framework programme of the EU for the cultural and audiovisual sectors. The consortium of 8 partners from 7 countries unites a multi-stakeholder team comprised of state archive, a technological institute, a cultural incubator, a research institution and an international network of cultural heritage institutions.
In line with the philosophy of large-scale cooperation projects of the Creative Europe programme, the project partners will collaborate in a wide range of complementary and cross-cultural activities and actions. Develop new business models for European archives in the XXI Century through the realization of various training workshops, round tables on serious games, as well as organize artistic residencies and exchange for graphic and industrial designers.
Explore new audiences and work with new profiles to promote the archives to new target groups through the realization of an archival literacy online course, the creation of an App linked to the 3 transmedia exhibitions and connected to social networks creation, by teenagers of a virtual European Youths Archives and last but not least further the cooperation with silver researchers and hobby researchers through surveys and crowdsourcing activities.
Among the new field of business model still quite unexplored by the European archives are the income and visibility opportunities derived from the creation of merchandising products. Undoubtedly, archives need to venture new possibilities of raising their public profiles as, for instance, the museum already do successfully with running their own museum shops.
Museums have long discovered the potential of turning art into crowd-pleasing and fun-inspiring merchandising goodies. Who isn`t excited to head straight on to the museum shop after visiting an enticing exhibition and make sure to take home a keepsake of one`s experience of exactly that moment? These goodies embody personal experiences, anchor a moment in time.
Olalla Gambín has been selected, along together with other designers from different countries of the EU to participate in the Artistic Residence in February 2020 to discuss and elaborate our ideas to develop merchandising products. Our goal, turning archival treasures into creative storytellers.