The “Camouflage” series was the last print portfolio that Andy Warhol would ever publish—the Pop artist passed away in 1987, a few months after completing the series of eight screenprints. Associated with the armed forces, the camouflage pattern appealed to Warhol’s obsession with household names and consumer brands. Though camouflage was originally designed to help soldiers blend into their surroundings, the print has morphed into an instantly recognizable motif in and of itself. In a series of colorways—some in murky greens and browns true to the pattern’s origins, others in completely paradoxical ranges of psychedelic hues—Warhol’s “Camouflage” series highlights the pattern’s almost Abstract Expressionist qualities. In addition to the “Camouflage” portfolio, Warhol also experimented with the camouflage motif in a variety of his paintings and prints in the 1980s, including his self-portraits and “Fright Wig” series.