Attention Pop Art lovers, now you can add a little Lichtenstein to your home with this fabulous pop art carpeting and a limited edition sculpture from the famed Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein.
I spotted (no pun intended) this carpet years ago, but was never able to find where or how to purchase it. Now, Artware Editions is selling the pop art carpeting made by Vorwerk, as wall-to-wall or a bound area rug.
Artist: Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923 - 1997)
14’ minimum width
Retail Price: $18 / square foot
Description: This carpet design by Roy Lichtenstein is available as wall-to-wall carpeting or bound as a custom-sized area rug with black trim. The nylon makes it perfect for high-traffic areas or kids’ play rooms.
Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. A 50% deposit is required to place an order.
In addition to the rug, for serious art collector's, they are also selling this wonderful original Roy Lichtenstein porcelain and cast resin mobile sculpture in a limited edition of 125.
With Landscape Mobile, Roy Lichstenstein has designed a beautiful "art system" as a table centerpiece. Invoking Alexander Calder's standing mobiles, Lichtenstein termed this piece a "stabile". It is in fact a non-moving object representing a tall tree set in a green basin intended to be filled with flowers. To create a sense of moveable, balancing parts, Lichtenstein added an abstracted background of clouds, rain and a bright yellow sun. This porcelain and cast resin stabile can be viewed from all four sides, and its thin profile makes it an ideal and unobstrusive centerpiece.
Manufactured by Bernardaud in Limoges, France. The edition of 125 is individually signed and numbered.
Buy both here at Artware Editions
Press And Advertising
Please go here to learn about this blog's demographics and advertising opportunities.
The images, text and information by laura sweet on this site are licensed and protected under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. If you reproduce or re-purpose, be sure to credit this blog and link back to the post. Thanks.