"Andy" work created in 2019 from felt, cotton and other materials commonly found in production, made with the artquilt and embroidery technique. My inspiration to create the “embroidered ordinariness” series is everyday consumerism, popular and well-known brands from around the world, which have permanently entered the canons of mass sales and the world of advertising. Creating sculptures, my goal is to make the recipient realize that art is contained in every, the most obvious object and creates a unique work out of it, even in the mass reception zone. Despite the fact that mainstream pop art is considered as out of date, drawing inspiration from Andy Warhol's works, I made a banana peel, to indicate that this trend despite the lack of interior art, can still sounding in life and work. "Andy" work is my look at today's pop art and what from that trend we can find in the current trends in art.