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  • adj. Reminiscent of Andy Warhol (Andrew Warhola, 1928–1987), American painter, printmaker and filmmaker, or his style or works.

Etymologies

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Warhol +‎ -esque

Examples

  • He even sent Trotter a photograph of it, a photo that has a Warholesque aura and makes the object seem like an exemplar of some yet-to-be-named genre — “folk techno,” maybe?

    How To Trick an Online Scammer Into Carving a Computer Out of Wood

  • As Lydia speaks, the screen begins to divide into boxes, first presenting her in a split screen, then a Warholesque four cells, then more and more until there are dozens of tiny Lydias filling the screen.

    To Die For

  • Working to a Warholesque template, he explains how they made the magazine 'a hang-out space, a clubhouse, a social scene, a network environment… a conceptual thing for young creatives'.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • The box itself is grey, with a screen on the outside which detects your face as you look at it and fits it into a passport or one of the booth's 'fun' scenes - Warholesque prints and anime-style cartoons.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • But with his collages-in which parts of performers are overlaid messily to map out the whole-Kost's Warholesque point grows redundant.

    artforum.com

  • Jackson Pollock making a drip painting; peanut butter and jelly, from which he molded a Warholesque "Double Mona Lisa";

    NYT > Home Page

  • Nearby, a Warholesque sculpture by Nebojsa Seric-Shoba takes the form of a giant can of beef -- an ambivalent critique of international aid.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • A Warholesque whirl of pop art patterns decorates the interior of a passion red presentation box, home to a decidedly feminine flask.

    Romantic Travel News

  • NEW YORK - On buttons, posters and Web sites, the image was everywhere during last year's presidential campaign: A pensive Barack Obama looking upward, as if to the future, splashed in a Warholesque red, white and blue and underlined with the caption HOPE.

    Prometheus 6 - All respect and no restraint

  • On buttons, posters and Web sites, the image was everywhere during last year's presidential campaign: a pensive Barack Obama looking upward, as if to the future, splashed in a Warholesque red, white and blue and underlined with the caption HOPE.

    D-Day

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