Neon Banana by Andy Warhol Limited Edition, Yellowpop
Created in 1966, this Warhol classic was later used for the Velvet Underground's debut album. The interactive artwork helped launch the band to fame. Andy continued to use this symbol throughout his career as a way of transforming everyday objects into art.
Warhol's image of the bruised banana has been coated in bright yellow LED neon, remixing the original with modern technology that Warhol would have appreciated.
Bring the Pop Art icon into your home and use it to add creative lighting to any space.
The Andy Warhol X Yellowpop Collection brings Andy's iconic works to life with neon! Patron of the Studio 54 nightclub and host of eclectic artists' parties, Andy Warhol and neon light are a perfect match!
The flexible LED tube is also safe and environmentally friendly! Set the light according to the time of day with the adjustable brightness
Yellowpop is a global interior design brand specializing in certified neon LED signs. Their values are simple: "Be bold, be bright, have fun". They do collaborations with big names and also support new artists.
©/®/™ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
- Neon Flex
- 62 x 26,5 cm
- Andy Warhol
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