Designed by Flavor Paper for The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Dimensions: 27"W x 15' 0"L per roll - Pattern Repeat 27 inches
Made in the USA
This 1963 silkscreen print was based off a 1955 newswire photograph taken of St. Peter’s Square in Rome on Easter Sunday. Flavor Paper felt the ebb and flow of the crowd was similar in effect to a tree canopy, thus allowing it to create an interesting natural feel from afar, yet a personal connection from close up. Several of the people in the image reminded Flavor Paper creative director Jon Sherman of Warhol himself and, in similar style to Andy’s plays on pop culture, he decided to add an image of Andy shot on set of Chelsea Girls where he was wearing a striped shirt similar to Waldo of Where’s Waldo fame. Now you can play the new fun game Where’s Warhol? on your walls.
Aurora Pink on Ivory Clay Coated Paper - Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing.
Graphite on Silver Mylar - Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room.
Licorice on Chrome Mylar - Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room.
Sepia on Matte Gold Mylar - Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room.
3 roll minimum order
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