November 12, 2009 | 4:36pm
In a move that would surely tickle its founder Andy Warhol, Interview Magazine will be curating the Mondrian South Beach's luxury vending machine during Art Basel.
Mondrian's vending machine, which we wrote about earlier this year
, usually includes such pedestrian items as a $400 marabou feather vest and the keys to a $90,000 Bentley Arnage T, but will be restocked by the magazine.
Up for grabs: Pringle of Scotland T-Shirts designed by the art world's favorite doodler David Shrigley, art from the Gossip Girl set, vintage issues of Interview, Vena Cava shoes, and copies of Madonna's Sex book.
Not for sale: any explanation of what exactly a "curated" luxury vending machine, let alone an un-curated luxury vending machine, means about our culture.