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Andy's Cactus

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The collaboration between Gufram and Andy Warhol is the transcription of the greatest pop artist’s vision into one of the most eccentric design icons of all time.
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ANDY’S BLUE CACTUS, ANDY’S PINK CACTUS and ANDY’S YELLOW CACTUS, each produced in a limited edition of 99 pieces, are the perfect translation of Andy Warhol’s prints into prickly design multiples.

Just like the other CACTUS versions, the ANDY WARHOL x GUFRAM edition, presented on the 50 year anniversary of the world-recognised hall tree, is made from the original 1972 mould and sculpted and hand-finished by specialised artisans, making each piece unique. The 2,165 polyurethane bosses (give or take a few) that characterise the surface are then painted with Guflac, Gufram’s patented paint that makes the surface look like leather, while still allowing it to remain flexible and soft.

The new limited editions of CACTUS, prickly, full of character and definitely a head-turner, are a celebration of the values by which the Foundation stands: supporting works that are challenging in nature, promoting freedom of artistic expression, and valuing experimental artistic practice. Just as Warhol’s creative vision knew no boundaries and continues to inspire each new generation of creatives, at the same time the CACTUS is also a confirmation of Gufram’s avant-garde mindset, its desire to push the limits of industrial design, its nonconformist experimentation linked to aesthetic, technological and material research, and its Radical Design spirit.

Product ID: 1090929


Width: 700mm
Depth: 700mm
Height: 1700mm


This product is covered by a 1-year conditional warranty.


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A nonconformist who defied convention and forged his own pathway, Warhol used the language of popular culture to transcend common ideas into sophisticated concepts - an ethos that is very much reflected in Gufram’s work.
Andy's Cactus, Lifestyle
Andy's Cactus, Lifestyle
Andy's Cactus, Lifestyle
Andy's Cactus, Lifestyle
Andy's Cactus, Lifestyle