Warhol himself did, and said, many controversial things over the course of his career regarding his commercial approach to art and his own financial success. In addition, he created various works about both money and commerce, starting with his paintings of dollar bills in the early 1960s.

By the 1980s, Warhol's Factory studio had turned out countless reproductions of his own works. His art had been virtually transformed into consumer items, a kind of currency in the art world and mainstream culture. With his 1982 Dollar Signs, Warhol playfully pokes fun at himself, the viewer and the idea of art as a consumer item.

I love warhol so im excited to be one of the many who purchased the limited snap incase for iphone which come with a nice stand.
and is a cute piece of art to travel with daily

New for iPhone 4 is a series of Snap Cases adorned with a selection of Warhol artwork. A still image from Warhol’s 1964 silent film Empire pays homage to one of the world’s most recognizable skyscrapers and emblemizes the experimental film that spans more than eight hours in length. A hand-drawn image of an early 1900s telephone, originally drawn on linen, reminds us of the enduring telephone technology, which still takes primacy today even with modern advancements in personal communication.

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