The Warhol Stockholm posters, designed for Andy Warhol’s first exhibition outside of America at Stockholm’s Moderna Museet in 1968, have had designers, bloggers and Scandi-lovers across the world scrabbling to get hold of one.
The ten posters designed by John Melin, famous for his distinctive typographic style, quickly made Warhol’s words as famous as the man himself.
The definition of monochrome chic, the posters have become something of a cult phenomenon. Up until now, the only way you could dress your walls with these iconic posters was by hopping on a plane and making a beeline for the Moderna Museet itself. Now, as The Andy Warhol Foundation’s only European publisher, you can finally call off the search and own four of the most coveted posters in interior design. Scandi design lovers eat your heart out.