Andy Warhol published a series of cat portraits in 1954 titled, “25 Cats Named Sam and One Blue Pussy”as a collaboration with his mother Julia Warhola to honor the numerous felines they had. This book was privately printed by the artist in small quantities featuring blotted-line watercolor drawings in vibrant pop-art colors. Kidrobot and The Andy Warhol Foundation have teamed up to bring his iconic portraits of Warhol’s much-loved cats into your home!
Created half a century before cat memes were even a thing, Kidrobot brings these unusually sophisticated illustrations to life with plushies that add a pop of luxury and elevated design to any home. Perfect for art-lovers and cat-lovers alike, the limited edition Kidrobot x Andy Warhol Cat Plushies stand between 14" to 20" tall.
Lucia has been the longtime official greeter and mascot of our downtown Asbury Park store, here seen poses directly in front of Mike Shine's 'Havhest'
Scott Hamm, photographer
Two Fish Working Sketch Postcard
Two Fish Working Sketch Postcard, Porkchop
The original Two Fish motif is one of our first collaborations with local artist Porkchop.The design is based on majolica ceramic work in the Grand Arcade at the historic Convention Hall on the Asbury Park boardwalk where our original Fun House shop is located.