BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%) Vinyl Figure Be@rbrick
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BEARBRICK Andy Warhol's 'Marylin Monroe' (400% + 100%)

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Dedicated to Andy Warhol, the father of American pop art, these Medicom Toy figures present an all-over print of the famous Marylin Monroe painting that recently sold for a record $195,000,000. The 100% and 400% Be@rbrick figures will add a creative touch to the decoration of any room.

Dimensions:

11.5 x 8 x 4.5 Inches (box)

400% figure (11 Inches tall) 

100% figure (2.8 Inches tall)

Medium: From Medicom Toy. This design is in a 100% scale (2 3/4" tall) and 400% scale (8" tall) two-pack. Original box included. Each figure was painted using a unique hydro dipping technique that causes each figure to be slightly different.

Provenance: Comes in original unopened packaging with tamper-proof Medicom holographic authenticity sticker.

Edition: Open edition (Sold Out).

Year: 2022

Condition: New in original packaging

 

ABOUT THE ART

In 1967, Warhol established a print-publishing business, Factory Additions, through which he published a series of screen print portfolios on his signature subjects. Marilyn Monroe was the first one. He used the same publicity still of the actress that he had previously used for dozens of paintings. Each image here was printed from five screens: one that carried the photographic image and four for different areas of color, sometimes printed off-register.

About repetitions, Warhol said, “The more you look at the same exact thing, the more the meaning goes away, and the better and emptier you feel."