When it comes to Pop Art or just art in general, few were more influential than Andy Warhol. He turned everyday objects like soup cans and Coke bottles into modern masterpieces and brought celebrity culture out of the Hollywood Hills and into the New York galleries. Even over 30 years after his death, his philosophies on consumerism and materialism are still relevant. In the book Warhol. author Klaus Honnef honors the artist's iconic career through an extensive exploration of his life and work. It's 96 pages feature over 100 quality images of his prints, sculptures, and paintings along with the advertisements, comic strips, and famous figures that inspired them.