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Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Cameleon³ Blondie Stroller!

Will YOU be the proud owner of a limited edition Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Cameleon³ Blondie edition stroller?

Place your winning bid here! http://auction.bugaboo.com

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To support the charity Kids Company, Bugaboo is auctioning 3 exclusive Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Cameleon³ Blondie editions. The proceeds will support Kids Company in delivering practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children.

About the pushchair:
This unique work of pushchair art introduces Andy Warhol’s well-known portrait of the legendary Debbie Harry to the iconic Bugaboo Cameleon³. Contrasting the black chassis, the colourful print on the sun canopy makes for a true eye catcher. Going around town with your kid is going to be very different with this bold and stylish statement.

About Kids Company:
Kids Company is a centre for training, education and research to improve the quality of care provided for vulnerable children and young people and offers innovative professional development and training.

About Andy Warhol + Bugaboo:
To celebrate the launch of their final collection, Bugaboo and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts have decided to end their successful collaboration with a big bang. They start off with the very limited edition of the Andy Warhol + Bugaboo Cameleon³ Blondie pushchair in August, continuing with various retrospective prints in November 2014. The Blondie print was created by the master of pop art as part of his exploration of female cultural icons and Bugaboo and the Andy Warhol Foundation chose this print to honour Blondie’s 40th anniversary. It coincides with the launch of Chris Stein’s book Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk in which he shares rare unpublished gems capturing a specific place in time (1972-mid 80s), the same era of the Andy Warhol’s painting of Debbie Harry.