Andy Warhol has lent more to art than we can imagine The term ‘Pop Art’ has derived its meaning from his illustrations. Here is the art you didn’t know was inspired by the legendary artist.
The limited-edition bottle features three-dimensional graphics that echo the iconic Warhol’s artwork as of 1986 inspired by the distinct Absolut bottle. There will be about 4 million Warhol bottles available in worldwide distribution starting October 2014.
Their latest collaboration combines Andy Warhol and Chuck Taylor for a high-powered new silhouette that features the classic style of both icons. The Converse Chuck Taylor is given a white leather base with black accents on the foxing and laces while Warhol’s infamous banana image graces the side of the sneaker.
He is the Andy Warhol of fashion, Jeremy Scott. He is known to use pop art for his silhouettes. He fusespop art with fashion to create some really outrageous designs. The overall style is very Avant-Garde throughout whatever theme he choose for the collection.
Andy Warhol inspired artists have their art available at Saatchi.com
Pop Art Makeup
Nars had come up with “Nars Andy Warhol”, in 2012. The company, celebrated in makeup circles for its slick, minimalist packaging and deliberately provocative names for blush (“Deep Throat,” “Orgasm”) has teamed up with the Andy Warhol Foundation for these poppy colours. These colours have ow ecome a mainstay