The High Line Shop has curated apparel, accessories, and mementos that make perfect gifts for the holiday season.
Zuppe ($18.95) – by chef Mona Talbott of our annual Social Soup Experiment – is a great cookbook that honors the simple elegance of cooking Italian soups throughout the seasons.
People’s Pops reveals the secret to their famous ice pops and shave ice with 55 easy recipes ($17.00). This book is perfect for foodies with a sweet tooth.
Robin Shulman, who leads the Eat the City High Line Meat Tours, traces the changing ways we eat and looks at today's urban food production in the context of hundreds of years of history in her book Eat the City ($26.00).
Carry a work of art with you! Each High Line Art Billboard Tote ($55.00) is created from decommissioned works in the High Line Art Billboard series. These one-of-a-kind totes include works by John Baldessari, Maurizio Cattelan, Allen Ruppersberg, Paola Pivi, and Thomas Bayrle. There are only 150 unique totes. Get your tote today before they sell out!
Laugh aloud reading artist Mark Dion’s A Field Guide and Handbook ($13.00). The artist has created an unofficial field guide of the High Line that blends fact and fiction, encouraging viewers to question what defines today's "official" history of the elevated park.
Nothing will melt your heart faster than seeing your sweet baby in a High Line onesie ($24). Choose between a bright green or multicolor "H" logo on front.
Curious Garden tee in white wildflowers ($29.50) features an adorable scene on the front from Peter Brown’s High Line-inspired Curious Garden book about a little boy who inspires the city to go green.
The High Line Map poster ($16.00) by graphic designer Paula Scher weaves together hundreds of words to recreate an aerial view of the High Line and its surrounding neighborhood, adding color and whimsy to any wall.
Landscapes in Landscapes ($65.00) features 23 of Piet Oudolf’s most beautiful gardens from around the globe. Stunning horticultural photos woven in with architectural highlights makes this book a clever gift for both design nerds and gardeners.
With outstanding cinematography and interviews with design critics, theorists, and the NYC Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden the documentary Reimagining Lincoln Center and the High Line ($29.95) offers an insider look at two pioneering urban architectural spaces designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.