DC pays respect to one of the most famous US artists and presents the DC x Andy Warhol collection. Famous Warhol motifs find their place on classic DC skate shoes, stylish apparel & accessories pieces.
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DC is one of the most famous brands on the skateboard scene and Andy Warhol one of the most famous representatives of the art world. A collaboration or a tribute to the late artist by DC is therefore obvious. The result is a unique capsule collection of DC skate shoes and stylish apparel with motifs from Andy Warhol's works.
DC x Andy Warhol skate shoes
The DC x Andy Warhol collection brings you some of DC's most popular skate shoes featuring the unique art of Andy Warhol. In addition to the DC Classics Lynx, Manteca and Court, the DC Manual in a hi- and low-top version, the DC Pure and the loafer DC Villain are included among others.
Andy Warhol's art from works like Fragile, War & Peace, Saints & Sinners and others were combined in a partly minimalistic, partly allover print style with the well-known silhouettes of the DC skate shoes. The skate shoes from the DC x Andy Warhol collection are definitely eye-catching and almost too good to skate. At the skatedeluxe skate shop you can easily buy the Andy Warhol and DC collection online.
DC x Andy Warhol clothing
Whether discreet sleeve prints from the Life & Death series or an absolute eye-catcher hoodie from one of the last works of Andy Warhol - "The Last Supper" - the apparel from the DC x Andy Warhol collection is skillfully implemented.
The clothing collection consists mostly of relaxed fitting T-shirts, longsleeves and hoodies in DC's usual high quality. The parts of the Andy Warhol & DC collaboration are rounded off with accompanying accessories consisting of a couple of different caps.
Andy Warhol - an American art icon
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is considered one of the best-known American artists of the 20th century and a leading representative of the Pop Art movement. In addition to his artistic work, he was, among other things, a filmmaker, graphic artist and illustrator. His best-known works include "Campbells's Soup Cans" (1962), "Marylin Dyptich" (1962) and "Banana" (1976). "Banana" graced the cover of the album "Andy Warhol" by the experimental rock band The Velvet Underground & Nico and is considered one of the most iconic motifs in pop culture.