Walk on the wild side
The Factory was Andy Warhol's original New York City studio from 1962 to 1968, although his later studios were known as The Factory as well.

The Factory was the hip hangout for artsy types, amphetamine users, and the Warhol superstars. It was famed for its groundbreaking parties.



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 ”I never think that people die. They just go to department stores”.
-Andy Warhol

I bet he’s decorating the department store he went to with his floating silver pillows and his cow wallpaper.
 Andy Warhol (Augsut 6th, 1928 - February 22nd, 1987)

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onlyediesedgwick:

Mock Life magazine cover for November 26, 1965. This issue featured Edie Sedgwick's "Girl in Black Tights" iconic photo shoot photographed by Fred Eberstadt, and was the first outlet in which her title as superstar became national. Wearing a long sleeved dress by Rudi Grenich, "I swish them the way other girls swish their hair," she said of her chandelier earrings by Kenneth Jay Lane.
free-parking:

Andy Warhol’s MoMA Rejection Letter, 1956

This Fashion Art Rock Band named Palaye Royale released this Art Film. It featuring film/clips of Edie Sedgwick, The Factory and Andy Warhol. Hope You Like It! The Track is called "DEATH IS A PARTY, INVITE ALL YOU FRIENDS." by PALAYE ROYALE. See it on youtube!

Thanks, anon.

I'm a native English speaker and I didn't understand the question either.

Exactly, anon. It doesn’t  make any sense.

QUESTION..WHAT DOES A WARHOL ACTUALLY LOOK LIKE? WHEN LADY GAGA WAS LIKE "ARTISTS MAKE THINGS PEOPLE DON'T NEED" SHE SAW A THING AND SAID IT DIDNT LOOK LIKE A WARHOL.. IS IT A PAINTING SPECIFICALLY OR AN OBJECT..

Sorry, I’m not a native english speaker and I don’t really understand your question. Could you be more specific?

-A.


One critic called me the Nothingness Himself and that didn’t help my sense of existence any. Then I realized that existence itself is nothing and I felt better. But I’m still obsessed with the idea of looking into the mirror and seeing no one, nothing. - Andy Warhol