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Pop Artist Kenny Scharf Bongs? On Sale? Are You High?

Cerealart, the Philadelphia gallery of artist multiples, is selling ceramic sculptures that also function as bongs, by pop artist Kenny Scharf. Available in limited editions of white, purple, green or orange, and one-of-a-kind hand painted ones, each is stamped signed on the bottom.

above: Cereal Art’s Debbie Mangel with a bong by Kenny Scharf

The Purple, Orange and Green versions shown below are on sale through Nov.15, 2009:

above: Object To Enjoy (Orange, Green or Purple), Kenny Scharf
Size: 9 x 5 x 15.5 inches /23 x 13 x 39.4 cm
Material: Ceramic
Edition: 200 of each (orange, green or purple), stamp signed

At $400 dollars a piece, the three colors shown above are presently on sale for 25% off through November 15, 2009. Visit and enter the coupon code KSOBJECT to receive the 25% discount.

NOTE: Unless you are a card carrying legalized medical marijuana user, smoking marijuana is illegal. This sculpture / pipe is for tobacco use only.

The ceramic sculpture/pipe below is also available in white, but limited to only 50 and not on sale:

above: Object to Enjoy (note: white is not on sale)
Size: 9 x 5 x 15.5 inches /23 x 13 x 39.4 cm
Material: Ceramic
Edition: 50, stamp signed
Price: $450.00 USD

And the following limited edition Objects (not eligible for the discount), are each one of a kind and hand painted by Kenny Scharf:

Size: 15.5” h x 9” w x 5” d/ 39.4cm h x 23cm w x 13cm d
Material: Ceramic and Metal
Edition: From an edition of 25 unique individual pieces hand-painted by Kenny Scharf.
Price: $6,500.00

About Cerealart: Cerealart develops, produces and distributes a range of three-dimensional visual artist's multiples. The sculptural designs are conceptualized by critically acclaimed internationally recognized contemporary artists who are interested in exploring the possibilities presented by consumer culture. Authorship is published and highlighted as an integral part of each work.

The designs are limited production editions and are distributed through Cerealart, Museums and galleries throughout North America, Great Britain, Europe, Asia and Australia and New Zealand.

Some of Kenny Scharf's recent work:

above: Kenny Scharf, Purplosion, 2009, oil and silkscreen on linen,72 x 60 inches (182.9 x 152.4 cm), Paul Kasmin Gallery

above: Kenny Scharf, Journey to the Center, 2009, oil, acrylic, and silkscreen ink on linen, 84 x 84 inches (213.4 x 213.4 cm), Paul Kasmin Gallery

above: Kenny Scharf, Chocolate Glazed with Sprinkles in Space, 2008, oil on linen, 40 x 40 inches (101.6 x 101.6 cm); framed: 41 x 41 inches(104.1 x 104.1 cm), Paul Kasmin Gallery

Artist Bio:
Kenny Scharf was born in Hollywood. His work is instantly recognizable, with idiosyncratic cartoon creatures popping up in the oddest of places: in paintings, on functional objects, or piled up on top of each other to form huge totem poles. Scharf shot to prominence in New York during the 80s as part of the deeply influential generation of artists that emerged at that time.

He was part of an East Village trio with Keith Haring, his studio mate, and Jean-Michel Basquiat. His artwork has been exhibited extensively and can be found in numerous international museum collections including The Guggenheim Museum and The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, The Eli Broad Foundation in Los Angeles and The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Kenny Scharf is represented by Paul Kasmin Gallery - 293 Tenth Ave. New York, NY 10001 and 511 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 -


149 N. 3rd Street
Philadelphia Pa 19106

If you admire artful bongs, be sure to see this post on luxury hookahs, water pipes and bongs.

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