All About Andy

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 Andy Warhol and his cat, Hester (photographer unknown, 1977) “I never met a pet I didn’t like.” – Andy Warhol In his Lexington Avenue …

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Andy Warhol, content 44 of Time Capsules (R. Stoner, 1890-1973) “Took a few time capsule boxes to the office. They are fun—when you go through …

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Great Dane, 1976 by Andy Warhol Who stood guard at The Factory’s door from 1969 to 1987? A taxidermied dog named Cecil, Andy’s Great …

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What did the English rock band Duran Duran do on their first trip to NYC in 1981? They met Andy Warhol, of course! The …

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Bianca’s birthday at Studio 54 by Rose Hartman (1977) Steve Rubell, owner of Studio 54, was known for giving A-list celebrities lavish gifts to …

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Edie Sedgwick was the first Factory-made icon that embodied Andy’s work. In January 1965, Edie and Andy began a platonic romance fed by mutual …

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“Animals in makeup.” This is what Andy referred to when he created his 1983 series of 10 screenprints that portrayed endangered animals around the …

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“Two people kissing always look like fish.” Oh, Andy. In 1963, he directed the film Kiss, a silent American experimental film directed by Andy, which …

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Among the creation of brilliant colored screenprints, illustrations and advertisements, Andy also designed album covers. And not for just any ol’ band, but for …

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In the 1980s, Andy Warhol had a re-emergence of success due to his affiliation and friendships with prolific young artists. One of the most …

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I Love Warhol

I Love Warhol