About Warhol Camo Figurine – Kidrobot 8” Figurine – Collector Edition
Kidrobot and The Andy Warhol Foundation have teamed up again for an all-new addition to the Collection with the Andy Warhol 8″ Camo Figurine. The camouflage began appearing in Warhol’s body of work in 1986. The artist was intrigued by the all-over repetitive pattern which resembled an abstract expressionist painting. Aside from the screenprints, he created self portraits with the print covering his face, juxtaposing his public persona and his private insecurities. Warhol also collaborated with Stephen Sprouse on a clothing line using the patterns. Unfortunately, Warhol passed away in the midst of this series. More details on Warhol Camo Figurine – Kidrobot 8” Figurine – Collector Edition:
- Dimensions (Figurine): 8″H x 6″L x 4″W inches
- Dimensions (Box): 9″H x 7.5″L x 6″W inches
- Color: Multicolored (Details)
- Materials: Vinyl
- Additional Features: Figurine comes in a collector display box
- Ages: 15 +
- Limited Edition of 500
- Dunny © 2017 Kidrobot, LLC.
About Andy Warhol
As the preeminent American artist of the 20th century, Andy Warhol challenged the world to see art differently. Appropriating images from popular culture, Warhol created many paintings that remain icons of 20th-century art, such as his paintings of Campbell’s Soup Cans, Elvis Presley, and Marilyn Monroe. Warhol’s art was a mirror of his time, which is reflected in the mass media images he used in his art to confront aspects of American culture. Warhol said “If you want to know all about Ady Warhol, just look at the surface: of my paintings and films and me, and there I am. There’s nothing behind it.” While his work speaks eloquently of the concerns and issues of its moment, it also has a universality and conceptual power that transcends any particular period of artistic movement.