About the self-portrait skateboard deck
This self-portrait skateboard deck is a production of three skateboard decks that represents Andy Warhol’s face on a dark background. The project mixes the energies of underground culture and legendary artist, creating an interaction between two art forms. It also supports non-profit projects that empower children through skateboarding and art, linking art to a good cause! Perfect gift for pop art collectors.
- Each skateboard deck measures: 31″ h x 8″ w
- Material: 7-ply Canadian Maple Wood
- Signature stamp The Skateroom – Andy Warhol
- Wheels and trucks are not included
- Each deck comes with a fixture – ready to be mounted on your wall!
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Self-Portrait is an acrylic paint and screenprint work on canvas by the American artist Andy Warhol. It is a vast representation of Warhol and utilizes a capturing shading plan in which the artist’s clear yellow head glides against a plain dark background. Warhol’s neck and shoulders have been hidden from the picture, focussing the consideration on his facial expression and hair. Warhol gazes specifically out at the viewer with an extreme look, his lips somewhat separated and his demeanor clear. The most energized piece of the representation is the Andy’s hair, which clears strikingly over the canvas in a solid, inclining movement from the upper left corner down towards the lower-right.
About Andy Warhol
Through his work, Andy Warhol redefined the way we see the world by making the ordinary extraordinary. He firmly believed that to really change things you have to do it yourself. Featuring his self-portrait on skateboard decks reflects this core value and it’s really nice actually. This triptych skateboard deck is part of Andy Warhol’s collection from the official collaboration with ©TM The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Trademarks Licensed by Campbell Soup Company. All Rights Reserved.