13 September 2016

I've got the 3 inch Brillo Dunny from Kidrobot's collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation and it's awesome. If you told me an 8 inch version was coming out, I'd tell you to give me one. And...

11 August 2016

Andy Warhol may be best known for his depiction of Campbell's Soup cans, but my personal favorite is his Brillo Boxes, which are finally getting the Chuck Taylor All Star treatment. Converse...

14 July 2016

One of the latest Kidrobot products to make it onto the pre-order pages of Kidrobot retailers is something new for the brand. It's not a toy or garment but a pack of photos. 12 reproductions...

Kidrobot Andy Warhol
08 July 2016

I've been so excited for this Dunny series that it's felt like I've been waiting forever. Today, the full set of 3 inch Andy Warhol Dunnys are available in-store and online, with plushies and 8...

01 July 2016

Kidrobot aren't stopping with Dunnys when it comes to their collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation. Pre-orders just popped up on Rotofugi for five plush versions of Andy's prints. Banana,...

ThreeA Andy Warhol
15 June 2016

You might remember ThreeA's take on Andy Warhol from December which featured young Andy reimagined by Ashley Wood, outfitted in a striped shirt, black jeans, boots, and a Brillo sweatshirt....

20" Brillo Dunny
02 May 2016

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...

Andy Warhol Kidrobot
13 April 2016

While we're expecting a diverse line of products from Kidrobot's collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation, we can at least get a peek at the blindboxed Dunny series. The above image shows the...

30 August 2016

Oh my god, it's so big. Limited to only five pieces worldwide and standing 20 inches tall, this giant Brillo Dunny from the Andy Warhol collection is going to make a lot of pop art fans drool. But...

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