There is no shortage of people who are inspired by Warhol. After all, the artist has made a substantial impact on the creative industry through progressing the ethos of pop art and positioning the medium in a tight correlation as a mode of advertising.
Contemporary artist MADSAKI also taps the inspired by Warhol aesthetic. The creative just launched his first exhibition in Hong Kong. Located at the Perrotin gallery, the event is titled 'IF I HAD A DREAM' and will run from July 17th through August 17th.
The artworks on display at the exhibit boldly draw motifs from Andy Warhol's works and these references are intentionally made fully traceable. In particular, MADSAKI focuses on reproducing the late artist's 'Flowers,' 'Skulls, Dollar Signs,' and 'Brillo Boxes.'
Photo Credits: Ringo Cheung, Courtesy MADSAKI/ KaiKai Kiki Co., Ltd., Perrotin