Forefather of American Pop Art Andy Warhol is now as iconic as the subjects of his famous silkscreen prints. He is remembered largely for these vibrant interpretations of fragments of 1960s popular culture, such as his portraits of Marilyn Monroe and the Campbell’s Soup Cans and Coca Cola bottles images from advertisements.
Sunday B. Morning prints are authorized reproductions which are noted in the Catalogue Raisonne of Andy Warhol. This site is not affiliated with Andy Warhol, his estate or any other official Andy Warhol group. Sunday B. Mornings were intended as a joke, with a stamp on the back which said fill in your name here. They are considered to be authentic reproductions and were authorized and included in the Catalogue raisonne of Andy Warhol. They look very similar to the hand signed prints, which are hand signed on the verso, so to the untrained eye it is very difficult to tell the hand signed and numbered edition from the Sunday B. Morning edition.
These Sunday B. Mornings editions are stamped on the verso in blue ink. The 'Blue inks' are the current editions and the quality and integrity of the prints is impeccable. Sunday B. Morning colour screenprints are printed on museum board with the highest quality archival inks. Published by Sunday B. Morning, these prints are in pristine condition.
Sunday B. Morning, a Swiss publisher, has issued portfolios of both Warhol's Marilyn’s and his Flowers. Each print is stamped on the verso, "Fill in your own signature," a reference to Warhol's habit of signing his works on the verso and his use of rubber stamps. All prints sold via Sunday B. Morning are handmade screenprints made using the same techniques as the original prints printed by Andy Warhol and the Factory in the late 60's.
At a recent auction at Christie's a set of 10 Sunday B. Morning prints sold for $14000. Some of the most discriminating collectors own them because of their quality and rarity. This makes the opportunity to buy something that is regarded as one of the "Art-masterpieces of the 20th century". Own something after Andy Warhol.