One name that can never be easily forgotten is Andy Warhol. This was a man who was a painter, print maker and a filmmaker. In short he was a true pop artist and made use of pop visual culture and brought it into the limelight. Thanks to him, pop visual culture became a symbol of fine art. Everything he did was art, and that included his collection of floor coverings. Thanks to his artistic creations, many people are now looking for Andy Warhol rugs on sale.
There are truly many Andy Warhol rugs, but the one thing they all have in common is the use of bold colors, extraordinary forms and abstract designs. These features all combined to create a touch of the modern and can make any room look elegant yet vibrant. His best works were considered to be those done between 1960 and 1980.
All of his rugs can be categorized in six broad groups or themes. They are the Factory Collection, Pop Abstracts Collection, Signature Collection, Simply Andy Collection, Pure Collection and the Revolution Collection. More information on each collection is as follows.
The Factory Collection – contemporary, multicultural and earthy designs. Similar shades and textures are used and designs are inspired by his early works from the 1960s.
The Pop Abstracts Collection – bright and vibrant, these make use of unique patterns and very bold hues.
The Signature Collection – magnificent and bold colors, which are a representation of some of his best and most celebrated paintings.
The Simply Andy Collection – these pieces showcase the designs of Andy Warhol the fashion designer.
The Pure Collection – attractive lines from floral to abstract, done in dazzling and playful designs.
The Revolution Collection – soft and delicate colors which are paired with more contemporary designs.
If you are looking for the many Andy Warhol rugs on sale for your home, check out the ones manufactured by Sphinx Oriental Weavers, which is the largest manufacturer of such rugs in the US. A part of the proceeds from your purchase will be given to the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.