Starting in the 1960s, Andy Warhol was doing commissioned portraits. He took Polaroids which he then transferred onto a silkscreen. Around 1975, he returned to this commercial project and outlined over sixty pairs of lips to reproduce them on silkscreens and collate them into three albums.
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