“The idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting.” This bit of Warholian wisdom rings even truer than usual at this time of year, and now you can count down the jingling, nog-filled days of December with an Andy-inspired advent calendar, produced by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in conjunction with its current exhibition, “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years.” The artist’s whimsical drawing of a Christmas tree is studded with 25 windows that open to reveal colorful ornaments, stars, and other holiday symbols (more Warhol illustrations) alongside his musings about art and life. And while Warhol was a real Santa fan, his own wishlist was simple: “All I ever really want is sugar,” he once said. The sentiment has been printed on the wrapper of a Warhol Foundation-sanctioned chocolate bar that makes for a fine stocking stuffer.
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