Who doesn’t love a record store, especially when they keep disappearing? Now through March 1st, the MoMA Design Store will host The Record Shop, a pop up that celebrates the undeniable relationship between music and design. At the core of The Record Shop is an assortment of 45 new LPs from MoMA’s permanent design collection, with cover designs by Andy Warhol, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Avedon, Robert Frank, and more.

The Record Shop at the MoMA Design Store in NYC signPhoto courtesy MoMA Design Store

Juliet Kinchin, Curator of Modern Design at The Museum of Modern Art, says, “The best album covers are a compact visual expression or translation of the music they deliver. As an art form, they have been attuned to the rapid changes in popular music, fashion and design that can be otherwise difficult to represent cogently in the collection.”

Turntable at The Record ShopPhoto courtesy MoMA Design Store

Photo courtesy MoMA Design Store

Photo courtesy MoMA Design Store

In addition, The Record Shop will have for sale rare ad vintage LPs (offered in partnership with Earwax Record’s Williamsburg‘s oldest record shop), books, concert posters, turntables, headphones and speakers, and more. The exclusive line of poster reproductions will include albums like David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust, Louis Armstrong: All Stars, and The Beatles: School of Rock. The Record Shop will also be hosting panel discussions, workshops, and live music performances.

Next, take a look inside the new expansion of The Museum of Modern Art.