Andy Warhol - A Graphic Biography



In 1962, Andy Warhol's showcase of 32 canvases of Campbell's soup cans in a New York art gallery forever changed the art world and our understanding of what constitutes art. This one-of-a-kind graphic biography follows Warhol's journey from his early years in Pittsburgh to his move to New York City, where he found inspiration and achieved success in the creative world.

Explore the inner workings of Warhol's mind - his passions, motivations, and roadblocks - as he immersed himself in the vibrant New York scene and continuously evolved as an artist. Whether seeking an informative introduction to this modern art icon or a fresh visual perspective, this graphic biography offers a unique glimpse into the life of the real Andy Warhol. Unofficial and unauthorised.


- Size: 17.6 x 23.8 x 1.9 cm
- Hardback