Chanel No. 5 Blue Green Poster Designed by Andy Warhol




CONTEMPORARY-Modernism

Price: 

$1,200
Specifications
Designer/Artist
Designer VerificationSigned
Country of origin
France
Material and techniquesoffset lithography
Condition
A/ on linen
Reference
MPD-007084
Measures (Inches)
- Height: 67 - Width: 46
Shipping and handling
Shipping in Continental USA included
Description

This original poster, designed by Andy Warhol, was printed in 1997. It is conservation mounted, on linen, and in "A"  condition. It measures 67 x 46 inches.Warhol began his career working in advertising. Long after he left the industry, he retained a connection to advertising, which is clear from his embrace  of such items as the Campbell Soup can and the Brillo box, both of which he turned into iconic Pop Art symbols. In 1985, shortly before his death, Warhol designed a series of images featuring the iconic bottle of Chanel No. 5. seen through the lens of his signature silkscreen colorblocking. Years later, Chanel would reappropriate the designs for there own advertisements, putting out a series of four posters.. This is the Blue/green variant. This is the larger format, intended for use in French bus shelters and other display kiosks. The smaller format is 28 X 20 inches. We have been collecting and selling original vintage posters for 30 years and we guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.