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  • Mother and son

    With Mothers Day approaching, it's a perfect time to look at one of the most fascinating aspects of Andy Warhol’s pre-pop career - the role played by his mum.

    3 years, 3 months ago, by Nicholas Chambers

  • Not only for fairies: Andy Warhol's books

    The young Andy Warhol made books for pleasure as well as self-promotion, helping him make his name as one of the most talented illustrators of his day.

    3 years, 3 months ago, by Jackie Dunn

  • Who's that artist in the window?

    Before pop, Andy Warhol created window displays for some of New York’s leading stores. He wasn't alone. As he once recalled, ‘Everybody… was doing window decoration.’

    3 years, 4 months ago, by Jackie Dunn

  • Meet the admen

    In the 1950s, before pop art and celebrity, Andy Warhol was an adman, working as a commercial illustrator in New York’s advertising industry.

    3 years, 5 months ago, by Jackie Dunn