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Note the measurement of 31 inches by 8 inches is for each of the three skate boards. Andy Warhol began his Death and Disaster series with the work Gold Marilyn Monroe in 1962, shortly after the screen siren's death. Based on a 1953 publicity still for the film "Niagara", it marked the beginning of Andy Warhol's practice of generating imagery for his painting from photographs transferred onto silk-screens. For Warhol, silk-screening was crucial to the image's reproducibility, and his art was a mirror of his times, which is reflected in the mass media images he used in his art to confront aspects of life and death in American culture. This triptych of hand-numbered skateboard decks comes in a limited edition of 100, each in its own special gift box. Hanging wall mounts included. Brand new; makes a terrific gift.
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Signature: Signed on the decks with hand numbering and a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Manufacturer: Authorized by Estate of Andy Warhol
About After Andy Warhol
American, 1928-1987, Pittsburgh, USA , based in New York, NY, United States