The great Andy Warhol once said, “Art is what you can get away with” – Fast forward to the 21st century, this statement is still very much alive, and everything that the artist touched has turned to gold that still shines, brighter than ever. Andy Warhol was a true mastermind of his time, having re-defined so many aspects of art with his understanding of religion and sociology.
The finest example has to be the astonishing Beabrick figures bearing his brilliant art. Naturally, the question pops:
Would Andy Warhol collect Bearbrick figures?
We like to think so, in fact, we imagine Andy Warhol as an avid Bearbrick collector who would probably be branding himself and maintaining a detached observational interaction of the world. As an integral part of today’s pop culture, Andy Warhol’s art is everywhere and on the forefront are his Bearbrick figures. The Andy Warhol Beabrick figures present an intriguing opportunity for collectors and investors with the necessary capital to own a piece of art history in form of the hottest collectibles right now.
The sale prices for Andy Warhol’s Bearbrick figures vary widely, depending on several factors including consumer demand, the condition and age of the figure, and its original sales price. An original Warhol Bearbrick could cost anywhere from just a few hundred to over a couple of thousand dollars. However, the prices of Andy Warhol Bearbrick figures can fluctuate, depending on the total number of similar figures in circulation.
But, how much are really Andy Warhol Beabrick figures worth on the art market?
Here are the top 10 most expensive Andy Warhol Bearbrick 1000% figures at the StockX:
- Topping the list of the most expensive Andy Warhol Bearbrick figures is the Bearbrick Andy Warhol Double Mona Lisa 1000% Multicolor edition with the last sale of $2,800.
- The number two position holds the Bearbrick Andy Warhol “Double Mona Lisa” 1000% White/Black edition last sold for $1,575.
- This stunning Bearbrick x Andy Warhol Camo Version 1000% fetched a price of $1,344.
- The last sale for the Bearbrick Andy Warhol “Flowers” 1000% was exactly $1,240.
- Coming in at position number five is the Bearbrick x Andy Warhol Silk Screen 1000% with the last sale of $1,199.
- At position number six is the Bearbrick Andy Warhol The Last Supper 1000% sold for $1,050.
- The amazing Bearbrick x Andy Warhol x Marilyn Monroe 1000% was last sold for $1,000.
- Bearbrick x Andy Warhol 60’s Style 1000% was last sold for the amount of $890.
- The number nine position holds the first collaboration of Bearbrick Andy Warhol x Jean-Michel Basquiat #1 1000% with the last sale of $850.
- At the end of the list is the Bearbrick Andy Warhol x Jean-Michel Basquiat #2 1000% last sold for $694.
Now that you know what to expect on the front end of your investment, it’s time to evaluate the long-term returns of Andy Warhol Bearbrick figures. It’s important to mention that while art toys are more tangible than most other classes of investment, they are also non-liquid, which means you won’t see any return on it until you decide to sell your Bearbrick figure or collection. However, if you do not hesitate to hold on, you could end up seeing huge returns for the Andy Warhol Bearbrick figure.