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(after) Andy Warhol Offset Lithograph Poster, Absolut Vodka

  • Absolut Vodka offset lithograph on wove paper. Poster is linen backed on acid free paper. Tear to left margin and smaller tear to right margin (corner). Framed in a white lacquered wood molding with UV plexiglass. Signed in the plate in upper right. Image size: 38" x 45.5". Typically these large lithographs were given to bar owners for display in their establishments. A Historic Collaboration: According to the Absolut Book: The Absolut Vodka Advertising Story, the campaign began when: “Over dinner one night, Warhol, who started his career as a commercial illustrator, tells, Michel Roux, a French-born liquor executive, that he’s enthralled by the artfulness of the Absolut bottle. He reminds him that while he doesn’t drink alcohol, he sometimes uses Absolut as a perfume. Warhol proposes painting his own interpretation of the Absolut Vodka bottle. When Warhol was finished, [Roux] loved it and thought it would make a great Absolut ad.” After the campaign, the brand collaborated with various artists who depicted Absolut bottles in unique and creative ways.

  • H 48.5 in. x W 41 in. D 2.13 in.

    H 123.19 cm x W 104.13 cm D 5.41 cm


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