Tag Archives: pop-art

  • Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Can Chess Set

    Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Can Chess Set

    Chess, commonly known as the game of kings. Campbell’s Soup, commonly known as the soup of the common man. Artist Andy Warhol was famous for bridging the gap between the wealthy and everybody else, so it’s weirdly appropriate that now you can purchase an Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Can Chess Set from Kidrobot. A chess […]

  • Converse Chuck Taylor All Star “Warhol”

    Converse Chuck Taylor All Star “Warhol”

    The worlds of art and sneakers have converged once again in the form of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star “Warhol” sneaker, the footwear of choice for anyone enjoying their 15 minutes of fame. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star “Warhol” sneakers take their visual cues not from Warhol’s famous likeness or even one of […]

  • ‘Where’s Warhol?': Children’s Book Parody Features Andy Warhol

    ‘Where’s Warhol?': Children’s Book Parody Features Andy Warhol

    One of Andy Warhol‘s obsessions as an artist was turning himself into a mass-produced commodity, so it’s only appropriate that he’s been posthumously transformed into a Where’s Waldo? parody. The only surprise, really, is that it took so long for Where’s Warhol?, from authors Catherine Ingram and Andrew Rae, to exist. Where’s Warhol? is illustrated in […]

  • ‘One Dollar Bill’ by Andy Warhol Sells for $30.7 Million

    ‘One Dollar Bill’ by Andy Warhol Sells for $30.7 Million

    Pop art lore says that a friend once asked Andy Warhol to paint what he loved most, and the result was One Dollar Bill, one of the all-time great odes to the Almighty Dollar. Now, his painting has sold at a Sotheby’s auction for around 30.7 million one dollar bills. One Dollar Bill is kind […]

  • Andy Warhol x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Collection (Photos)

    Andy Warhol x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Collection (Photos)

    It’s safe to say that if Andy Warhol were alive today, he’d be really into sneakers. How could he not love a culture that’s essentially another version of his vision for mass-produced art? In fact, sneakers were a big part of Warhol’s life when he was alive, which makes the Andy Warhol x Converse Chuck […]