I’m not waiting for my 15 minutesPosted: August 6, 2013 Filed under: ART, Birthdays | Tags: 15 minutes of fame quote, American artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol birthday, August 6 birthdays, Leo artists, The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy - Television, the Drug of the Nation, The United States of Unconsciousness Leave a comment
Today is the birth day of Andy Warhol. The man who once said, “In the future, everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes.” In memory of this great art charlatan, I’ve decided I’m not going to wait for my 15 minutes of fame. I’m going to go out and get it. So far I’ve been on TV starring in two episodes of Sale Of The Century (around 40 minutes TV time), one episode of Hot Seat (about 10 minutes TV time), a tiny part in All Saints (2 minutes TV time), two episodes of Mums The Word, I was murdered on Murder Call (10 minutes) and I’ve done ads. My dad also put me on the cover of his dog book when I was nine (I’m not sure how many copies were printed so it’s hard to calculate my fame minutes in print). By my reckoning, my fame clock is up around the 85 minute mark. I think I’ll be getting my own TV show next.