“When you think about it, department stores are kind of like museums where images of mass advertising and popular culture that everyone can recognize are a form of art.”
— Andy Warhol
A few weeks back, I visited Andy Warhol’s home town, in which his official museum lives. You can read a little more about that trip here.
The museum was amazing.
It was loud with color and really encompassed all of Andy Warhol’s life and career — from his mother’s art, to the contemporary artists who would be inspired by him decades after his passing.
I find that the most interesting aspect of Andy Warhol’s career is how he took advantage of the art of branding. Read more.