Arguably the most iconic artist and creator of his era, Andy Warhol transformed the world around him. He managed to take images of ordinary objects and make them worth millions, he lead the pop art movement, and he blended the art scene into the realm of Hollywood and celebrity.
From pillows to apparel, canvas tote bags, posters, and skate decks, Andy Warhol's imagery is almost everywhere. He is best known for his pop art prints such as the Campbell's soup can, but just like Pablo Picasso and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the artist's private life is somewhat unknown. To pay our respects to him on the anniversary of his death, here are 20 Things You Didn't Know About Andy Warhol.
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