The art museum Pablo Picasso Münster cooperates with THE SKATEROOM
What does it mean to see dollar signs? Maybe the greed for money. But how long before the symbol loses any basis in reality? Warhol's "Dollar Bills" was a groundbreaking series from 1961, and 20 years later Warhol revisited the subject, emphasizing the elegant shape of the dollar symbol. Again, Warhol's technique of repeating the same iconography over and over again until its meaning is deconstructed, even altered, is evident. The question for us is: how can our dollar be better used to make a difference? We leave that question to you.
Licensed from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Edition 500 pieces
Delivery time approx. 7 days
Since 2014, THE SKATEROOM has worked closely with the world's most influential artists to support international skate and educational non-profit organizations and projects. As a proud B Corp. we follow a model of social entrepreneurship and work actively to improve the sustainability and transparency of our work.
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We are committed to the organizations we support: At least 10% of all income from THE SKATEROOM goes directly to creating social change. We help support youth around the world, build new skate parks, and develop educational facilities and resource programs. By purchasing limited editions of THE SKATEROOM, our collectors and community play a direct role in creating lasting social change. Together we work towards a better future for consumption.
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Our social impact business model unites artists and skateboarding projects around the world. We are mediators for sustainable social change.