Title: Life Savers (FS II.353)
Medium: Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board
Size: 38″x 38″
Edition:Edition of 190, 30 AP, 5 PP, 5 EP, 10 HC, 10 numbered in Roman numerals, 1 BAT, 30 TP, signed and numbered in pencil as follows.
Life Savers 353
Life Savers 353, from Ads (F. & S. 353) is a screenprint in colors, 1985, on Lenox Museum Board, signed in pencil, numbered 182/190 (there were also 30 artist’s proofs), published by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., New York.
Life Savers 353 as Part of Andy Warhol’s Larger Body of Work
His beginnings as a product marketer heavily influenced his artistic career, in which he glamorized and transformed everyday objects, like soup cans and cleaning supplies, into works of art. So in the 1980’s when Feldman Fine Arts commissioned Warhol to create his “ADS” series, Warhol was in his element. The portfolio consists of Mobil, Blackglama (Judy Garland), Paramount, Life Savers, Chanel, Rebel Without a Cause (James Dean), Van Heusen (Ronald Reagan), The New Spirit (Donald Duck), Volkswagen, and Apple. These images that make up Warhol’s ADS Series reflect Warhol’s fascination with American consumerism.
This is a colorful original poster by the legendary Andy Warhol. This stunning piece is a vintage contemporary Warhol poster. Original posters have become highly sought-after by collectors of contemporary prints and fine artworks.