'Andy Warhol working on a 'Flower' painting at The Factory, New York, March 1965

'Andy Warhol working on a 'Flower' painting at The Factory, New York, March 1965

The factory became a work of art itself. Warhol didn't stop working in fact. If he went home, everybody else would stay there shooting all night. The Factory was a kind of half way house for people going down, taking a lot of drugs, & Andy had the opportunity to play voyeur. He was attracted to addicts; he liked 'beauties or talkers'; they were his raw material. But they burn out.

The factory became a work of art itself. Warhol didn't stop working in fact. If he went home, everybody else would stay there shooting all night. The Factory was a kind of half way house for people going down, taking a lot of drugs, & Andy had the opportunity to play voyeur. He was attracted to addicts; he liked 'beauties or talkers'; they were his raw material. But they burn out.

Andy warhol's factory | Warhol on the famous red couch in the silver-lined Factory, 1967

Andy warhol's factory | Warhol on the famous red couch in the silver-lined Factory, 1967

Three women on the way from the factory where they work to church, where they will pray for their servicemen husbands, Battersea, London, June 1944. Original publication: Picture Post 1731 - Three Girls Go To Church To Pray For Their Husbands - Pub. 24th June 1944 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post /Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Three women on the way from the factory where they work to church, where they will pray for their servicemen husbands, Battersea, London, June 1944. Original publication: Picture Post 1731 - Three Girls Go To Church To Pray For Their Husbands - Pub. 24th June 1944 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post /Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Before disaster struck: Women workers stack live shells destined for the trenches at the huge munitions factory at Chilwell in Nottinghamshire in 1917. A few months later, on 1 July, 1918, 250 workers were killed when eight tons of TNT explosive at the factory blew up. Only 32 bodies could be positively identified

Before disaster struck: Women workers stack live shells destined for the trenches at the huge munitions factory at Chilwell in Nottinghamshire in 1917. A few months later, on 1 July, 1918, 250 workers were killed when eight tons of TNT explosive at the factory blew up. Only 32 bodies could be positively identified

Architect Turns Old Cement Factory Into His Home, And The Interior Will Take Your Breath Away | Bored Panda

Architect Turns Old Cement Factory Into His Home, And The Interior Will Take Your Breath Away | Bored Panda

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