Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Donald M. Rattner.
In 1964 Andy Warhol made a huge splash in the art world with his Brillo sculptures. Blurring the boundaries between art and industrial production, Warhol asked whether these two previously distinct categories could remain separate in an age of mechanical reproduction and mass media.
Recently, the Andy Warhol Foundation teamed with the multi-disciplinary interior and product design firm Quinze & Milan to ask the question again today – only now it’s a piece of furniture that bears the famous logo. Made of plush and easy-to-clean QM foam, and measuring 15 3/4 inches in all directions, the Brillo pouf works as a seat, an ottoman, a pedestal or your own piece of post-Pop sculpture. Purchase here.