Marilyn Plates

These distinctive items you are about to see are perhaps the best way to have a piece of Andy Warhol’s iconic creations at your house and really enjoy them. The Museum of Modern Art store recently introduced a collection of lifestyle products that capture the essence of Warhol’s arts and paintings. These are definitely conversational pieces!

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Marilyn Monroe Plates

Let’s start with the Marilyn Monroe porcelain plates – one of the most iconic figures and a huge part of Warhol’s work. These plates come in blue, black, hot pink, and purple, which you can buy as a set or individually.

Each plate is priced at $135 and available at MoMa.

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Soup Cans Candles

Then, we have premium scented candles that resemble the famous Andy Warhol soup cans from 1962. The scent? Full of surprises! The tomato soup candle in pink and red is a blend of tomato and mint leaves composed by Givaudan, the famed fragrance house. If the tomato scent sounds too risky for you to try, go with the candle in blue/purple – a fine blend of fig leaves and wood from a fig tree notes.

Each candle is priced at $60 and available at MoMA.

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RetroSuperFuture Andy Warhol Sunglasses

Finally, a collection of sunglasses called “Super Andy Warhol”. These limited-edition whimsical sunglasses are a collaboration between RetroSuperFuture and the Andy Warhol Foundation. What makes these pieces unique and more meaningful is that they are created based on the original fashion illustrations that Warhol created for Harper’s Bazaar in 1957. Plus, there are only 200 pieces made for each style. Each piece is crafted in Italian acetate and premium Zeiss lenses (100% UVA and UVB protection).

Price ranges from $530 to $580 depending on the style and available at MoMa and RetroSuperFuture.

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