In celebration of the legacy of Andy Warhol, Warhol Superstar and former Factory member Louis Waldon has come out of retirement to produce this unique collection of Warhol images originally dating from 1966 -1969. Using the same materials and following the same silkscreen techniques used in the Factory, these prints are as close to the originals as possible. Andy Warhol was a brilliant artist and visionary who understood America's obsessions with fame, notoriety, voyeurism and consumerism. His insight was equaled only by his sense of irony. Inspired greatly by Marcel Duchamp, he transformed the familiar into art, yet, unlike Duchamp, who never liked to repeat himself, Warhol was obsessed with repeating and replicating images. Louis Waldon is most famously known as the costar of a number of Warhol’s most controversial films including “Blue Movie” and “Lonesome Cowboy”. He participated in the early years of silk screening at the Factory during the sixties and for over 25 years has kept the tradition of the factory alive with his reproductions of Andy Warhol’s Super Star series.