It wasn’t too long ago that we were blessed with a Karl Lagerfeld remake of the children’s classic Where’s Wally?
The revamp of the iconic kids book proved two things. One: that a character who thinks stripes and beanies are always in, was in desperate need of a refresh. And two: there’s no age limit when it comes to searching for illustrated icons.
Now it’s the king of pop art’s turn. Andy Warhol has been dropped into the colourful Where’s world, in the illustrated book Where’s Warhol?
Get ready to scour the pages for that white-blonde mop, through 12 quintessential moments in art history. Want to see Andy immerse himself in the work of the French Impressionists, or watching on as Michelangelo does his thing in the Sistine Chapel? This hard copy beaut is for you.
And because accuracy is key, illustrator Andrew Rae was assisted by art historian Catherine Ingram. So you can definitely pass this off as purely educational.
Pre-order it here for its May 3 release.