All styles are adorned in three iconic works by Warhol, each taking something from the natural world and put through the Pop art production line.
1. Flowers: Set on a black background with juxtaposing vibrant blues, pink, and yellow, Flowers was originally a painting, created by layering vivid colors on a photo of hibiscus flowers.
2. Cow: In 1966, Warhol released Cow, offering the artist’s take on a classic pastoral. Originally printed as a wallpaper, the print depicts an image of a fluorescent pink cow repeated against a neon yellow background.
3. Banana: In the same year, Warhol produced Banana, an interactive piece that became one of the most recognized symbols of the Pop art icon.