Warhol Protective Sleeve
for 13" MacBook Pro
$59.95 Add to Cart
As a cutting-edge visual artist, Andy Warhol understood and embraced technology and saw it as the future of contemporary culture and the arts. The Warhol edition Protective Sleeve features some of the artist's most beloved works along with the same complete notebook protection, weather resistant coating, and elegant design of our standard Protective Sleeve.
- Exclusive Andy Warhol artwork
- Complete notebook protection
- Durable form-fitting construction with weather resistant coating
- Fully-lined suede interior
- Heavy-duty YKK zippers
- Custom overmolded zipper pulls with Warhol and Incase logos
- Padded zipper binding for interior protection
During the 1960s Andy Warhol focused more on making films, claiming that he was now painting simply to fund his movies. His style of films, including the controversial 1966 Chelsea Girls, often resemble a raw prototype of today’s reality television, an amalgam of semi-scripted and unscripted scenes complete with crude sound and camerawork. Warhol claimed he was “just photographing what happens” to document the moment.
However with Chelsea Girls, Warhol delivered “reality” through his own unique vision. The unblinking display of sex and drugs drove the film’s notoriety, but stylistically the film is a kinetic revelation that evolves from black and white to full color, with fragmented scenes depicted on a split screen. As he plainly stated, “I put two things on the screen in Chelsea Girls so you could look at one picture if you were bored with the other.”
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