"All these signs were screenprinted on Coroplast. We hadn’t used anything in the past other than white and yellow, but thought we would mix it up. In addition, we printed each sign slightly differently, mixing placement, layers, and ink colors. It’s a new direction for us and we like the way everything came out.
Each one is meant to be different from the rest. Although it is an edition of 41 in the sense that we used the same screen to produce them, there is a certain uniqueness to each print. Further, we embrace the imperfections from the process; too often art feels too precious, so it would be odd to feel that way about an object that is meant to live on a telephone pole." - Cash For Your Warhol
About the artist:
Cash For Your Warhol
is an art project created by Geoff Hargadon, created in the midst of the most recent financial crisis. In 2011 it was featured by Société Perrier at Pulse Miami, and highlighted on opening night at Moniker Art Fair in London. The work has since been developed in various media, including Coroplast, plaques, screenprints, stickers, audio, billboards, and photography. CFYW has been collected widely by collectors and institutions such as the Andy Warhol Museum, MIT List Visual Arts Center, and Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College.
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