Andy Warhol Pop-Up Book

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This pop-up book changes how we look at Warhol’s iconic work from the 1960s through 3-D pop-up sculptures of Brillo Boxes, Flowers, Campbell’s Soup Cans, Marilyn & more.

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Overview

Andy Warhol Pop-Up Book

As the preeminent American artist of the 20th century, Andy Warhol challenged the world to see art differently. This pop-up book changes how we look at Warhol’s iconic work from the 1960s through 3-D pop-up sculptures of Brillo Boxes, Flowers, Campbell’s Soup Cans, Marilyn & more.

Each spread has text about the piece found in panels, lift flaps and tip ins. It includes interactive elements, optical illusions and special easter eggs for true Warhol fans, making it an immersive and engaging experience.

Featuring seven iconic Warhol creations transformed into an incredible 3D Pop-up Book:

  • Campbell’s Soup Cans, Banana, Andy’s Photo Booth, Marilyn Monroe, Flowers, Brillo Box Sculptures, Self-Portrait.
Designer

Simon Arizpe

Publisher

Poposition Press

Pages

16

Size

11.25 x 8.75 x 2 Inches

Format
  • Hardcover
Andy Warhol’s artwork, shiny, bright and larger than life, practically pulses through our pop-culture DNA. Pop Up Pop Art brings the artist’s work to a 3D platform, regenerating his work with its original brash intent —bold, bright, and literally in your face.

Marilyn Monroe

In 1967 Warhol printed this now iconic portrait of Marilyn Monroe, forever immortalizing her in the art world.

Campbell’s Soup Cans

Arguably Warhol’s most recognizable piece, Campbell’s Soup Cans is the signature work in the artist’s career.

Andy’s Photo Booth

In 1963, Warhol walked into a dime store photo booth and mugged for the camera, his shades on, his tie askew. He would later transform one of the images on the photo strip into a turquoise, silkscreen print—the first of his self-portraits.

ART ICON

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was an American artist and leader of the pop art movement. Known for his iconic images of celebrities and consumer culture, he challenged traditional notions of art. Warhol's works often featured popular subjects like Campbell's Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. He employed techniques of mass production, using silk-screen printing to create multiple copies of his artwork. Warhol ventured into experimental filmmaking and founded "The Factory," a creative hub in New York City. His eccentricities and ability to blur the lines between art and celebrity culture made him a cultural icon. His legacy continues to influence contemporary art.

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