Andy Warhol for Herschel Supply logo

Artist, photographer, filmmaker, iconoclast. Warhol was a pioneer of the Pop art movement, pushing the boundaries of traditional art with his interpretations of everyday objects. In the 60s he started making silkscreen prints at his studio, The Factory.

Andy Warhol for Herschel Supply pairs signature styles with three of his most iconic works from The Factory.

Some Kind of Nature

We feature three Warhol artworks that each took a piece of the natural world and put it through the Pop art production line until it was familiar, but unlike anything the world had ever seen. Organic is layered with the inorganic — neon cows, synthetic colors over flowers, a pink banana.


Flowers, 1964

One of his earliest forays into Pop art, Flowers sees simple hibiscus flowers transformed by vivid colors and high contrast compositions.

“You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you suddenly thrill you.”
— Andy Warhol


Cow, 1966

Originally produced as wallpaper, Cow was one of Warhol’s first prints

“I don’t think less is more.
More is better.”
— Andy Warhol


Banana, 1966

A Pop art screen print and now one of Warhol’s most famous works

“Art is what you can get away with.”
— Andy Warhol

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