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Roy Lichtenstein Explosion Umbrella at MoMA

It might be raining outside, but you’ll be both dry and the centre for attention with this wonderful Roy Lichtenstein Explosion Umbrella at MoMA.

In terms of the artwork in question, that’s Explosion from Portfolio 9 from 1967, shifting from canvas to screen-printed polyester, finished with an aluminium shaft and rubber-coated handle.

You can grab this from MoMA and if you want it, the price is $55.

Find out more at the MoMA website



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