Inspired by the cover of the highly influential album The Velvet Underground & Nico, these may be the only bookends in the world that you can actually peel. The peelable banana cover of the seminal vinyl album, released in 1966 and reissued in 1968, was designed by Andy Warhol—and is an object in MoMA’s collection. Kidrobot pays faithful tribute to this artwork with this pair of weighty resin bookends featuring 3D reproductions of Warhol’s banana perched on white arcs. When you want to switch up their look, remove one half of the magnetic peel to reveal the pink banana beneath. Each Kidrobot Andy Warhol Banana Bookend in this set of two stands 9.5” tall and weighs about eight pounds. Both Andy Warhol and Kidrobot have work in MoMA’s collection.
SizePer Bookend: 9.5h x 4.6w x 5"d
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