Blondes, Mickey Mouse, and superheroes - Lichtenstein's oversized enlargements of comic strip motives caused a commotion in the art world of the 1960s. Along with Warhol and Oldenburg he was to become an icon of the Pop Art movement. Warhol legitimized art as a mass commodity. His blonde wig, eccentricity, and excessive partying in The Factory became his trademark. With his giant hamburgers or soft toilet, Oldenburg courted provocation by transforming consumer items into sensual, ironic artworks. The box unites 3 brilliant pop artists, exploring the spirit an entire generation.