Banana Bookends (Yellow) by Andy Warhol

pair of resin bookends
magnetic removable banana peels
9.5" h.
limited edition
printed signature; custom gift box
©/®/™ The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.



The Andy Warhol x Kidrobot Resin Banana Bookends elevate the shelf to a new level. Standing at 9.5” tall, these resin bookends feature magnets that allow the option to remove the peel to reveal the banana inside.

Warhol made his first banana screen-print in 1966.  He later used this design for one of the most iconic album covers in rock and roll history - The Velvet Underground's debut album entitled "The Velvet Underground & Nico" which was released in March 1967. The screen-print of the yellow peel was originally used as a sticker to cover over the flesh of the banana screened underneath.