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“Andy Warhol defied convention and challenged the world to see art differently. Bugaboo’s newest collection celebrates this rebellious, Rock n’ Roll attitude.
The Bugaboo + Andy Warhol Banana collection is inspired by Warhol’s iconic print created in 1966 that was chosen to adorn the first album cover of The Velvet Underground and Nico.
This Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Cameleon³ Banana combines the Warhol Banana print in black onto a striking and outspoken yellow base and a black chassis. The all-over print covers the sun canopy and continues on both the bassinet and backside of the seat fabric. With the Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Cameleon3 Banana, Bugaboo introduces a versatile, functional and stylish stroller at once.
enter the whimsical world of Andy Warhol!
A cheerful app is borne through the collaboration between the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Bugaboo.
The app is an interactive adaptation of Andy Warhol's So Many Stars board book that was gifted with the previous So Many Stars Andy Warhol + Bugaboo collection. The app invites children to discover what happens inside of the "So" animations. That discovery starts when touching objects on the different pages, like making dogs grow, eating spaghetti and letting fish jump out of the water. There's no right or wrong, it's purely about discovering Andy Warhol's world in a playful graphical way.
Available in the App Store for USD $1.99. Revenue generated by the sale of the app will contribute generously to The Andy Warhol Foundation's endowment from which it distributes grants in support of contemporary art.
Andy Warhol's innovative approach to art proved an inspiration for us, as we are driven by a passion for innovation. The collaboration celebrates the artist's love for children's inquisitive and creative minds, and his ability to create timeless work that transcends any age or time period. Bugaboo is working with The Andy Warhol Foundation on several collections (to be) launched during this collaboration.
To many, Andy Warhol is the personification of charisma, and to most, he is one of the world's leading influential figures in contemporary art and culture. More than twenty-five years after his death, Andy Warhol's life and work continues to excite creative thinkers worldwide.
andy warhol + bugaboo banana accessories
Is a hint of Warhol’s rebellious Rock n’ Roll attitude just the fun element you were looking for to customize your stroller? Well don’t sweat it, Bugaboo’s Banana Accessories are available for all strollers. Simply add an extra dash of pop-art to your stroller and at the same time keep your child warm and cozy on cold days with the Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Banana footmuff. Made from water repellent material, the black colored shiny footmuff is equipped with bamboo charcoal. This eco-friendly and sustainable fiber extracted from wild bamboo regulates temperature and humidity and provides more comfort during chilly months. The cover of the footmuff can be partly opened or completely removed when it becomes too warm.
You can further customize your stroller with the breathable and padded off-white Bugaboo Seat Liner, which also features the iconic ‘Banana’. The seat liner has an extra top layer made from bamboo charcoal that wicks away moisture and ensures a comfortable and cool ride.
previous Andy Warhol + bugaboo collections
the happy bugs collection
Happy Bug Day is one of Warhol's earlier art pieces (1954) and relates to both children and parents. This lively, colorful Bugaboo double printed fabric featured a dark grey background and gave both out-and inside of the canopies a happy bug print. The collection also included unique accessories highlighting a few fun and happy Warhol bugs on a white background.
the exclusive so many stars collection including the so book
Warhol's So series of illustrations strike a balance between cheerful and artistic graphics. This body of work explores the concept of "So" that includes whimsical drawings depicting You Are So Big, You Are So Small, So Sweet, and I Love You So. Bugaboo's "So Many Stars" One of our previous collections was based on the So Many Stars illustration by Warhol from the late 1950's. This more exclusive collection came with an exclusive "So" book for children exhibiting rediscovered So images by Andy Warhol, some of which have never before been published.