Andy Warhol 'Brillo' Memo Block


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This Andy Warhol memo block can look pop, edgy, minimal, mid-century modern or - useful! It is packaged beautifully for gift giving with information on Warhol on the removable base.

Warhol started his career as a commercial artist doing illustrations for advertising. He wanted to elevate commercial design to fine-art status. 

Warhol first exhibited his Brillo boxes in 1964 but his first solo exhibition was on the West Coast of his now-iconic Campbell's Soup Can paintings at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. LACMA's permanent collection includes over fifty works by Warhol including two of his tomato soup can paintings.

- 700 sheets per block with a hole for pencil or pen.
- Each memo note measures 3-1/2 x 3 x 2-3/4 inches
- Full color on all sides with a mono-color fade on each sheet

SKU: 27945

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