As an encore to his “Warhol Denied” and “Stacked” series, http://charleslutz.com/” target=”_blank”>Charles Lutz just launched a new project again centered around the late Andy Warhol. Titled Andrew Warhola, which was Warhol’s real name, the project centers on a sepia class photo of a young Warhol that Lutz found during a trip to Pittsburgh, hometown to both Warhol and Lutz. Though wanting the photo to be authenticated, Lutz refused to meet http://warhol.org” target=”_blank”>Warhol Museum‘s demand of surrounder the original. Instead, Lutz decided to share his prized discovery through his creative process. The artist secured 100 Canadian maple skate decks and subsequently silk screened the photo onto each with his signature, numbered and titled. The Andrew Warhola Skate Deck is now available at Lutz’s http://warholdenied.com” target=”_blank”>Warhol Denied website. Interested parties in the UK could contact mailto:email@example.com”>firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
http://warholdenied.com” target=”_blank”>> Charles Lutz – Warhol Denied
http://warhol.org” target=”_blank”>> The Andy Warhol Museum
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