Culture + Variety + Art

About Cultivar.t

We opened our first incarnation of Cultivar.t when Jenn Hampton of Parlor Gallery and founder of the Wooden Walls (mural) Project was approached by boardwalk developer Madison Marquette to open an art space and shop in a vacant storefront.

We opened late summer, 2017 with mural-inspired wall clocks, wood blocks, letters and t-shirts, tanks, and onesies. Collaborating with of the Wooden Walls artists we produced 12 limited edition beach towels based on the murals launching the Wooden Walls Towel Project. The public was so enthusiastic we quickly expanded to tote bags.

We also wanted to give back. To ensure the artists royalties in the success of their work, to benefit financially from our collaboration. 10% of all sales of mural-inspired merchandise goes directly to the artists.

Wooden Toys, Wooden Walls

A wooden toy robot inspired by Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles. Made from wood and elastic, Cubebot can be positioned to hold dozens of poses. When it's time to rest, Cubebot folds back into a perfect cube.

Wooden toy meets Wooden Walls True Believers, Amberello.

Wooden Cars, Wooden Walls

Pull up in your wooden Woodie with your wooden boards, park just below the Wooden Walls, and you're set for the perfect Asbury Park day.

Art Meets Blind Boxes

Kidrobot and The Andy Warhol Foundation celebrate Pop Art icon. Blind box limited edition collectibles. Marilyn, the many faces of Andy Warhol, and a little Basquiat to keep you company.

Blind boxes help you deal with the curveballs life throws at you. 

Asbury Park's

Mile of Murals

The Wooden Walls Project has taught us to see beyond an empty building. Everyday art, every day, for everyday people.