Though he died over two decades ago, the impact of Andy Warhol’s life can still be felt in society.
His work is frequently incorporated into everyday objects while artists and designers draw on him for their own work.
It was once said that, "Andy Warhol is an avatar of our times," and no truer words were ever spoken. To this day, many of the things he said still ring true and take on new meanings as life unfolds.
The following cluster explores ways in which Andy Warhol’s work still exists around us.
Honoring Andy Warhol With Everything From Everyday Objects to Fine Art
Pop Art Perfume
Andy Warhol Silver Factory
Warhol Nostalgia Exhibitions
Stephen Shore's Factory Flashbacks at Gallery 303
Hippie Culture Revivals
Conrad Ventur Revives Vintage Art Icons With 'Fragments of Fame'
Anti-Slip Banana Peels
Slip No More Decals
A Collection of Betsey Johnson's Luscious Lip Accessories
Big Buck Pop Art
Banksy's Kate Moss Sells for $150,000
Pop Art Pants
The Andy Warhol Collection by Pepe Jeans
OpArt and 1960 Modernism Influence '07 Catwalks
Retro Shoulder Art
Andy Warhol Totes Let You Flaunt Your Flare For Pop Art
Betsey Johnson's Summer 2009 Bags Channel Andy Warhol
Disfigured Street Art
Morbid Portraits of Pop Icons
Iconic Polaroid Photography Exhibits
Andy Warhol Still-Life Retro Images
Provocative Statement Posters
Subversive Art Prints & Posters at Pure Evil Gallery
Pop Art Plateware
Eat Off of Andy Warhol's Iconic Artwork
Fashion Designers As Art Icons
Marc Jacobs as Andy Warhol for Interview Magazine
Pop Art Fall Fashion
Blumarine Warhol-Inspired Pastel Brights