Celebrate the life and work of iconic American artist, Andy Warhol, with a combination of live streaming webcams and megapixel art cameras in Pittsburgh, PA. EarthCam has teamed up with affiliates The Andy Warhol Museum and St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church to bring viewers around the world a unique, cradle to grave experience. These exclusive views are from several unique locations, including the church where Andy was baptized and the cemetery that is his final resting place. Visitors from around the world travel to Pittsburgh to honor and even speak to Andy Warhol. Now you can "speak to" and "listen to" Andy 24/7, create your own unique art piece and remember Andy by sending a Campbell's soup can or flowers to his grave.
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Background image: William John Kennedy, Homage to Warhol's Flowers, The Warhol: Museum Edition (detail), executed 1964, ©2012 William John Kennedy, courtesy of Kiwiartsgroup.com. For more information about The Warhol: Museum Edition portfolio, visit www.warhol.org/editions.