Last supper andy warhol 2020 medicom 400 100 bearbrick Limn Gallery

BE@RBRICK - Andy Warhol Last Supper

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This collectible toy by BE@RBRICK is a Andy Warhol 'Last Supper' limited edition that was released in 2020 by MediCom. This 100% + 400% set is made of PVC Plastic and measures 7cm & 28cm tall. Please note: the seal on this box has been broken. 

Based on the original 1986 painting made by Andy Warhol, this Bearbrick design by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Medicom Toy takes new shape in this hot new bearbrick set! The version feature the original paintings colors of the corporate logos of blue, pink and red with new splashes of orange and pink as well!

In 1984, gallerist Alexandre Iolas commissioned Warhol to create a group of works based on Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper (1495-97) for an exhibition space in the Palazzo Stelline in Milan, located across the street from Santa Maria delle Grazie, home of Leonardo’s masterpiece. Warhol exceeded the demands of the commission and produced nearly 100 variations on the theme.


Size: 7cm and 28cm

The first BE@RBRICK was birthed by MediCom Toy in Japan in 2001, and no one could have anticipated the subsequent impact it would have on popular culture. The bear-like figure has attracted an impressive array of star-studded collabs, which bridges streetwear, fashion and art in a colourful flurry of desirable collectibles, and it has moved into art galleries as well as the homes of A-list celebrities. BE@RBRICKS are collectable figures comprised of nine parts — a head, torso, hips, arms, hands, and legs with joints that can move, which come in a range of materials and sizes. The figures are sold in series with two drops a year, with the series in turn consisting of four types (basic, standard, artist and secret.) The standard category can be further sub-divided into different recurring themes, and each BE@RBRICK series and theme also has its own level of rarity. Adding to this the fact that the standard figures are sold in blind boxes, collecting a whole set becomes really tricky.