This Article examines Andy Warhol’s use of food and food products as a metaphor for commerce and consumption. It observes that Warhol’s use of images and marks was often inconsistent with copyright and trademark doctrine, and suggests that the fair use doctrine should in-corporate a “Warhol test.”
Brian L. Frye, Andy Warhol's Pantry, 8 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 17 (2015).