Believe it or not, there is still stuff we've not seen from the late Andy Warhol. His fascinating Polaroid portraits, taken between 1970 and 1987, were once part of that unseen material. Tomorrow, that all changes when the UC Berkley Art Museum opens Andy Warhol: Polaroids. The shots, of people from various walks of life, are standard in composition. Warhol saw them as a contemporary version of the traditional tin type or cabinet card. And, the idea is remarkably successful. The Polaroids will remain on view through May 20, 2012. [Design Boom]