Andy Warhol is one of the most compelling figures of the twentieth-century art world, and his body of work has transformed the landscape of contemporary art. As well as being a prolific artist, Warhol was a notorious hoarder, saving everything that came his way in Time Capsules, boxes he kept beside his desk and into which he carefully deposited photographs, newspapers and magazines, fan letters, business and personal correspondence, artwork, source images for artwork, books, exhibition catalogues and telephone messages, along with objects and countless examples of ephemera, such as announcements for poetry readings and dinner invitations. After his death, The Andy Warhol Museum became the repository for these Time Capsules, along with some of the paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs and films for which Warhol is best known. For this project, the museum has gathered together the highlights of its collection to create a book that is as comprehensive as its holdings. The images of the collection are accompanied by fun and informative texts written by the curators, as well as quotes from Warhol himself.