Andy Warhol

Collection: Andy Warhol

History of Sunday B. Morning and Andy Warhol

The origin of the name “Sunday B. Morning” remains a mystery. It’s rumored that it might have derived from Sunday Belgian Morning but who knows? Much is unknown of early Sunday B. Morning.

What is known is that after Andy Warhol published his famous “Factory Editions” of Marilyn, Flowers and Campbell’s Soup Cans, he began collaborating with two anonymous friends from Belgium in 1970 on a second series of prints. The original idea behind this partnership for Warhol was to play on the concept of mass production. Andy loved to comment on this phenomenon through his art. The blue ink stamp “fill in your own signature” was inspired by mass production’s impact on modern culture. The thought was, ‘here we just mass-produced these prints; sign your name here. Any name will do. Because yours is as important as my own.’ The new prints were exacting in detail to the Factory Editions and so Warhol was essentially mocking the idea that the Factory Edition prints were somehow more important than these new prints.

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