Kidrobot and The Andy Warhol Foundation have teamed up again for an all new addition to the Andy Warhol Collection with the Andy Warhol 20" Banana Dunny Sculpture. Warhol created the Banana screen print in 1966 and in 1967 used the iconic print for his design for one of the most revered album covers in rock and roll history.. The banana peel was screen printed onto laminated plastic that could be pulled off and the pink fruit was screen printed onto the styrene and has since become a rare collector’s item as well as become one of the most recognizable pieces in pop culture.
This Warhol icon is now
reinterpreted with the Andy Warhol 20” Banana Dunny fiberglass sculpture. Each Dunny sculpture is 20-inches tall, made of premium fiberglass
with no articulation and are hand-painted in the USA using high-quality
automotive paint for enhanced clarity and long-lasting quality.
Each design is limited to just ten (10) pieces worldwide.