After a first preview a while ago, we can present today the full Incase for Andy Warhol Collection.
Incase proudly unveils their collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. This distinctive collection features Warhol’s artwork applied to select cases, sleeves and bags for iPhone, iPad and MacBook. They launch this continuing series with Warhol’s late-era Camouflage and the Banana screen print created in 1966, which also appeared on the cover of The Velvet Underground and Nico’s self-titled debut album. Additional signature Warhol graphics are featured on iPhone cases including his striking 1964 Flowers print, Dollar Signs (1982), a wry commentary on art as a consumer item, and a colorful cow portrait taken from his whimsical 1966 Cow Wallpaper.
On Wednesday, April 6, Incase and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts will host a private event in New York to celebrate the launch of Incase for Andy Warhol. The event will draw from Warhol’s seemingly prescient stance on technology and its effect on popular culture with interactive art installations, as well as showcase the newly released collection. The entire event will be captured on video via iPhone 4 and will be streaming live on goincase.com.
Select Incase for Andy Warhol products are available today at goincase.com with additional products launching soon and available for pre-order. Incase for Andy Warhol will also be available soon through the Apple Store, Apple’s retail stores and select boutiques worldwide.
Detailed images of the full first collection from this collaboration follow after the jump.