Banana Dunny figurine, collectible piece by Warhol and Kidrobot
Kidrobot and The Andy Warhol Foundation have teamed up again for an all-new addition to the Collection with the Andy Warhol 8″ Masterpiece Banana Dunny figurine. Warhol created the Banana screenprint in 1966 and later used the iconic print for his design of the debut album cover of The Velvet Underground & Nico in 1967. This Warhol icon is now reinterpreted with the Andy Warhol 8” Masterpiece Dunny with an all-over banana pattern. The banana peel was screen-printed onto laminated plastic that could be pulled off and the pink fruit was screen-printed onto the styrene and has since become a rare collector’s item as well as become one of the most recognizable pieces in pop culture. Limited and numbered to 500 pieces worldwide, this is a must-have piece for any Andy Warhol collector.
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Andy Warhol and the Pop Culture
Andy Warhol is without a doubt the first name that comes to mind when thinking about the Pop Art Culture. His iconic world illustrated celebrity culture, artistic expression, and advertisement. He utilized a multitude of media including hand drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, silk screening, sculpture, film, and music. He had a studio called The Factory, where intellectuals, drag queens, playwrights, Bohemian street people, Hollywood celebrities and wealthy patrons would collaborate.