Unseen Until now!
Berkeley Editions is excited to finally be able to share a recent collaboration with you all! Whilst we are well known for our exquisite fine art prints, we also engage in a range of different art styles.
We have recently put together a large and spectacular A0 (84.1cm x 118.9cm) Poster which includes four images of Andy Warhol, the renowned artist, film director and producer who became a leading figure in the pop art movement.
This collaboration is alongside Australian photographer and adventurer, Paul Fullbrook and Green Turtle Productions in honour of Andy Warhol and Marilyn Monroe.
The story of the images
In 1983, Paul Fullbrook was working for Interview Magazine and Playboy Magazine when he was invited to New York by fellow Australian Photographer Peter Carrette. Whilst in New York he attended the Australian re-production of Marilyn Monroe’s iconic play titled ‘The Seven Year Itch’.
During the event he encountered pop artist Andy Warhol. When he approached Warhol for a photo, he replied “you’ve got 5 seconds” – with that he pulled out his instamatic camera and managed to get four shots in the short five second time frame.
In all these years, this is the first time these four images are becoming available to the public. The images have been structured as an imitation of the Pop Art style that Andy Warhol became so famous for.