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Eroded Brillo Box
By Daniel Arsham
Located in Dallas, TX
"Collaboration With The Andy Warhol Museum" Edition 369/500 An imagined sculpture found in a future archaeological dig site using Warhol’s iconic 1964 Brillo Box as its inspiration. ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Eroded Brillo Box
H 11.62 in. W 11.62 in. D 9.62 in.
Daniel Arsham - Eroded Brillo Box - Contemporary Art
By Daniel Arsham
Located in Asheville, NC
Daniel Arsham Eroded Brillo Box Quartz Crystal and Other Calcified Geological Materials Holographic Label of Authenticity Edition of 500 ERODED BRILLO BOX is a sculpture found in a ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Daniel Arsham Eroded Brillo Box, 2020
By Daniel Arsham
Located in New York, NY
This artwork, 'Eroded Brillo Box' is an object perhaps found in a future archaeological dig site. Arsham used Warhol's iconic 1964 Brillo box at the base of the work as part of a col...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Brillo Box
By Paul Rousso
Located in Montreal, Quebec
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Paul Rousso attended the Cleveland Institute of Art in Ohio and went on to earn his BFA from the California College of the Arts in 1981. In his...
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Mixed Media, Polystyrene

Brillo Box
H 35 in. W 26.25 in. D 7 in.
Denied Warhol Brillo Box, Contemporary Pop Art Sculpture by Charles Lutz
By Charles Lutz
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Denied Warhol Brillo Box, Contemporary Pop Art Sculpture by Charles Lutz. Silkscreen and latex paint on wood, stamped Denied with the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board's mark. 17...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Acrylic

Denied Warhol Brillo Box Yellow, Contemporary Pop Art Sculpture by Charles Lutz
By Charles Lutz
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Denied Warhol Brillo Box Yellow Contemporary Pop Art Sculpture by Charles Lutz. Silkscreen and latex paint on wood, stamped Denied with the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board's ma...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Acrylic

Arsham Eroded Brillo Box - Blue, Edition of 500 - based on Andy Warhol pop art
By Daniel Arsham
Located in Dallas, TX
Daniel Arsham Eroded Brillo Box - Blue, Edition of 500 Brand new, unopened box Daniel Arsham employs elements of architecture, performance, and sculpture to manipulate and distort u...
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin

LV BRILLO ( RED BLUE WHITE ) Pop Art Louis Vuitton box sculpture by Charles Lutz
By Charles Lutz
Located in Brooklyn, NY
BRILLO (RED BLUE WHITE) Acrylic on canvas with leather and brass fittings over wood. 17 x 17 x 14" (43.18 x 43.18 x 35.56 cm.) 2019 The series Lutz refers to as "Luxury Sculptures" ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Brass

Brillo Box
Located in Atlanta, GA
BLOCKHEADS are hand-carved and painted, highlighting the individuality and uniqueness of each piece. BLOCKHEADS explore cultural iconography from all section of society but with an ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Acrylic

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H 19 in. W 6 in. D 6 in.
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By Bertozzi & Casoni
Located in New York City, NY
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Sculptures

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H 14 1/8 in. W 16 7/8 in. D 23 5/8 in.
Happy Accident - Brillo box
By Joe Suzuki
Located in New York, NY
Epoxy resin, Enamel paint, MDF, and a soup can Joe Suzuki. I consider my work to be artifacts of my own particular culture, which is not the generalized Japanese American culture, ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Enamel

"Happy Accident Series - Brillo Box"
By Joe Suzuki
Located in New York, NY
"Happy Accident Series - Damien Hirst Shark" - Resin, Plastic, Enamel Toy Shark. I consider my work to be artifacts of my own particular culture, which is not the generalized Japane...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Enamel

"Happy Accident - "Warhol Brillo Box teal"
By Joe Suzuki
Located in New York, NY
I consider my work to be artifacts of my own particular culture, which is not the generalized Japanese American culture, but that which formed as a direct result of being a first gen...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Enamel

Brillo Box
By (after) Andy Warhol
Located in Hamburg, DE
(after) Andy Warhol (American, born 1927) Brillo Box, circa 1980 Medium: Felt-tip pen on colour-printed cardboard packaging, in acrylic glass box. Enclosed is an original steel wool ...
Category

Late 20th Century Pop Art Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Found Objects

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H 2.68 in. W 4.41 in. D 2.96 in.
Original Andy Warhol Brillo Box
By Andy Warhol
Located in Toronto, CA
This is your chance to own an extremely rare, original Warhol Brillo Box. In 1988, Ronny van de Velde put on a famous show of some of Andy Warhol’s most famous artworks at his galle...
Category

1980s Modern Mixed Media

Materials

Cardboard

Denied Warhol Brillo Box, Contemporary Pop Art Sculpture by Charles Lutz
By Charles Lutz
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Denied Warhol Brillo Box, Contemporary Pop Art Sculpture by Charles Lutz. Silkscreen and latex paint on wood, stamped Denied with the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board's mark. 17...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Acrylic

Brillo Box For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact brillo box you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. There are many Contemporary, Modern and Pop Art versions of these works for sale. Making the right choice when shopping for a brillo box may mean carefully reviewing examples of this item dating from different eras — you can find an early iteration of this piece from the 20th Century and a newer version made as recently as the 21st Century. On 1stDibs, the right brillo box is waiting for you and the choices span a range of colors that includes gray, brown, beige and black. A brillo box from Daniel Arsham, Joe Suzuki, Charles Lutz and (after) Andy Warhol — each of whom created distinctive versions of this kind of work — is worth considering. These artworks were handmade with extraordinary care, with artists most often working in organic material, resin and metal. A large brillo box can prove too dominant for some spaces — a smaller brillo box, measuring 2.68 high and 4.41 wide, may better suit your needs.

How Much is a Brillo Box?

The price for a brillo box in our collection starts at $2,650 and tops out at $15,000 with the average selling for $5,102.

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