Andy Warhol’s 1964 lithograph, Marilyn Monroe I Love Your Kiss Forever Forever, from 1¢ Life.

Warhol created this print for 1¢ Life, a book by Chinese-born artist Walasse Ting that featured sixty-two large unbound lithographs by pop and abstract-expressionist artists as headers for Ting’s own poetical texts. Warhol’s treatments of subjects such as Marilyn Monroe and Elvis recall his images of Coca-Cola bottles and Campbell’s soup cans, suggesting that celebrities were also commodities available to consumers.