Posted by marc May 02, 2016
20" Brillo Dunny

With his mid-'60s sculptures, Andy Warhol created one-to-one simulacra of everyday objects. His Brillo boxes, for example, aren't made out of cardboard, but painted and silk-screened plywood. Five decades later and that sculpture is now taking the form of a 20 inch Dunny! Kidrobot have just released a photo of the first Mega Dunny in the Warhol line. It's going to be tough to say "no" to this for any Andy or pop art fan. And maybe even harder to find space for a 20 inch sculpture.

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