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New Andy Warhol Brillo Memo Block

A decorative Warhol Brillo memo block is just the thing to keep at a home or office desk or kitchen counter.

The block is full color on each side, with a mono-color fade on each memo sheet, and has a die-cut hole to hold a pencil or pen.

Andy Warhol first exhibited his Brillo Soap Pad Box in New York in 1964 to focus attention on the significance of mundane, commercial commodities as representing contemporary society. Incidentally, the Brillo scouring pad celebrates its centennial in 2013.

This pop art memo block makes a nice little gift: it comes on a base box platform with an acetate protector sealed by wafer seals on both sides.


  • 700 sheets of paper per block
  • Dimensions: 3.5" x 3" x 2.75"
  • ©/®/TM The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.

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