Andy Warhol Art & Hershel Supply Meet To Put Vivid Masterpieces On Bags
By Alexa Heah, 21 Apr 2022
Herschel Supply and the Andy Warhol Foundation have teamed up for its second collaboration, this time featuring three of the artist’s most famed works, including motifs of bananas, cows, and blooming hibiscus flowers.
Hailing from the 1960s, the three chosen pop art pieces will adorn four of the backpack brand’s silhouettes, ranging from a mini Hip Pack to a large Little America Backpack.
According to Daily Hive, Flowers was first created as a painting in 1964, followed by Cow as a wallpaper in 1966, and last but not least, Banana as an interactive piece in the same year.
Not only are the bags great to look at, but they’re sustainable too. Each style is crafted from recycled water bottles, with linings made from recycled fabric, so you know you’re not only toting around an art piece, but one that’s good for the planet too!
Intrigued? Click here to view the entire collection, starting from US$49.99.
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