Andy Warhol once said that 'In the Future Everybody Will be World Famous for Fifteen Minutes.' Maybe he was predicting reality television or Facebook and Twitter but, like Warhol's art, the quote is relevant today almost 50 years later. Most people's concept of pop art comes from Warhol's colorful prints of Campbell's soup cans and pop-culture icons like Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and The Beatles.
Andy Warhol's paintings have been some of the most valuable on the art market. His 'Eight Elvises' painting from 1962 sold for $100 million in 2009. You can own your own Warhol print for considerably less. Better yet, get a poster with the Warhol's '15 minutes' quote to remind you that your social networking popularity is fleeting.