The lesson of Andy Warhol is, it's sort of an upper class thing; you don't get all excited about anything. That suits me fine. That's it. I was not worried about being uncool anymore, because I knew all it took was to do nothing. That's the whole model of what that world was saying, 'You're better off doing nothing. Look at it, and let the looking at it become the thing that you're doing.'
Soup cans; that was revolutionary. That was really pushing the bucket, or whatever you... cutting the envelope; because everything good starts off being hated by the New York Times.