When Men Were Men #5:
The April Fools' Edition

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Andy Warhol, showing off the scars he got back in the 50s trying to make it to the top of the Commercial Art zigurrat. The mean streets of Madison Ave. were never meaner than in those days. Just ask Vance Packard. (1968)

2 comments:

Kerri Rachelle said...

More Andy, less Stanley.

Tom Sutpen said...

Some might say there's too much Andy on this blog (let's just say he's long been something of a personal inspiration for me), so I'm glad someone seems to recognize and encourage his presence. In many ways, Warhol is the guiding spirit of this corner in cyberspace.