Lady Gaga might be doing a good job at bringing pop art back to the
scene (did it ever really leave?), but don’t forget who really started
Andy Warhol. As the man behind such artworks as “Campbell’s Soup Cans”,
“Eight Elvises” and “Marilyn Diptych”, he had an obsession with colour,
pattern, and the relationship between consumer and celebrity. He was
quoted as once saying “art is what you can get away with”
– you’ll know a Warhol when you see one.
Now, thanks to Galison’s flair for funky stationery, Warhol’s greatest
artworks will no longer be out of your reach – they’ll be stuck to the fridge, with Galison’s Andy Warhol Marilyn Memo Block.
“The mystery was gone, but the amazement was just starting,” states the box, and you absolutely can’t deny it. Marilyn was an icon in many ways, and by creating a repetitive silkscreen of her face, Warhol only amplified her fame. And now you can take it one step further, with this impressive wad of vibrant memo notes.
Andy Warhol Marilyn Memo Block features:
- Designed in the USA.
- Includes 700 sheets.
- Pre-punched holes for attaching to books, binders, e.t.c.
Block Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 9cm.