self-portrait by the late 'pope of pop' Andy Warhol sold for a record S$44million (USD32.5 million) at Sothey's in New York on May 12 2010. It reminded me of a S.T. Dupont that was released in 2004 paying tribute to the "Price of Pop Art".
In the early 1960, Warhol began to incorporate Pop Art into his work. His drawing and painting depicted dollars, Campbell's soup can, bottles of Coca Cola and Heinz tomato ketchup, comic strips, etc. In was a instead hit, and made him a popular figure. In no time, he soon become known as the "Price of Pop Art".
While this S.T. Dupont pen doesn't reproduced the painting. On the pen cap, it is engraved with one of the many Andy's quote "In the future, everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes".