Banana Bookends

$175.00 Sale Save

Stylish, sexy, and smart, the Andy Warhol x Kidrobot Resin Banana Bookends elevate the shelf to a new level. Standing at 9.5” tall, these resin bookends feature magnets that allow the option to remove the peel to reveal the banana inside. The banana screenprint artwork was created by Andy Warhol in 1966 that he later used as his design for one of the most iconic album covers in rock and roll history. The screenprint of the yellow peel was originally used as a sticker to cover over the flesh of the banana screened underneath which has since become a rare collector’s item and one of the most recognizable Andy Warhol artworks in pop culture.

  • 9.5" H with magnetic removable blue peels 
  • Andy Warhol facsimile signature printed on the bookend base

© 2019 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

To learn more about the Broad collection and this artist, please visit https://www.thebroad.org/art/andy-warhol