The Shumis Pizzeria Takes Cues From Warhol

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jun 25, 2012 • References: facebook & frameweb
Located in the heart of Rishon-Lezion, Israel, the Shumis Pizzeria fuses sustainable design along with popular culture imagery. This fun pizza parlor features an Andy Warhol-inspired design that replaces the artist's famed Cambell's soup cans with the restaurant's own sauce tins.

Aiming to make the most out of a pizza eating experience, design firm Studio Opa wanted to create a fun and memorable interior that gives visitors a spatial experience. Showcasing bold color hues as well as affordable and recyclable materials, this campy pop art eatery is filled with undeniable personality.

From its dynamic display of color to its dramatic design sensibility, the Shumis Pizzeria turns a quick bite into a memorable night out with the family. Stats for Pop Art-Inspired Eateries Trending: Older & Mild
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