This Anthropologie Cornhole Is the Chicest Summer Lawn Accessory

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Anthropolgie’s latest collaboration celebrates the life and bold designs of the late artist Vera Neumann. Neumann, who gained popularity in the 1960s, was known for her fearless use of color—and her early knack for leveraging lifestyle collections. In her peak, she created up to 500 paintings a year, which were then be reproduced into items like scarves, dishware, and sheets. Anthropologie's collection brings her colorful legacy full circle with over 50 pieces printed with her art and ranging in price from $10 up to $248.

“We were initially drawn to Vera’s work because of its innate optimism,” says Julie Gwin, Anthropoglie's Senior Design Manager. “Not only is Vera known for her bold use of color, but she painted things that made her happy–florals, animals, patterns that were inspired by her travels. As we dug deeper into who she was, we became even more passionate about bringing her art back to life in a new way and in a new decade.”

One of our favorite—and appropriately fun—items from the line is a chic blue-and-green floral picnic cornhole game that the whole family can enjoy. Cornhole not your game? Check out more from the collection below—there's plenty to add color to your space this season!

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