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Andy Warhol once said that "in the future, everybody will be famous for 15 minutes." He's been dead for 25 years, but he's still got his fame. This week, 1.2 million limited-edition cans of condensed tomato soup with Pop-art-inspired labels go on sale to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Warhol's famed art piece "32 Campbell's Soup Cans."
Readers shared their thoughts on the artist's style and got us thinking about our own fleeting moments in the limelight.
One reader described her Warhol-esque decor.
AndreaMilnes: "I love Warhol, and really pop art in general. You should see my apartment, it's a minor explosion of modernism and it happens to feature the Warhol Wall. Fittingly above my TV I have four tinted photos of him, each with a quote, and I freakin love it. The quotes aren't particularly deep (ex: "everybody must have a fantasy") but then I'm not particularly deep either. It's part of the reason I love his work, you don't have to be 6ft up your own rear and up to your eyeballs in meaning to be interesting and produce great art. Art is awesome when it's done merely for the sake of itself. Add in the pop cultural and fashion aspects of Warhol, and it's a recipe for my adoration. So please believe I'll be eating lots of soup for a while, lol!"
Others took a different view.
norcalmojo: "Warhol was the Sid Vicious of the art world. He knew his art was commercial junk and also knew that people would buy anything if they were told it was cool. It was a joke on his own fans. At least Pistols' fans were in on the joke. Warhol fans are still convinced they're sophisticated."
One commenter described the story of Billy Name, a photographer who knew Warhol at the time the artist survived being shot. He described Name's apartment as a "mini Warhol gallery."
Jabooy: "My friend and tenant worked with Andy at the factory and they were good friends up until he died. In fact he was in the darkroom when he was shot and was the first to come to Andy's aid. I can tell you he will be pleased to see these soup cans and will buy a lot of soup!"
When we replied to him about his comment (and later reached out to him), this conversation was the result:
Jabooy: "Mr. Name has shared so many stories of the factory with me, both in person and watching him do interviews with television and magazines, I feel like I was a there! A little too young however ..."
CeltinWood Responder: "Seems Jabooy mined his '15 minutes of fame' directly from the Warhol playbook with his recent entry?!"
So that got us thinking, what about you? Have you ever found yourself suddenly famous, but only for a few minutes? Have you ever been "Internet famous"? Or are you simply famous all the time?
Whatever your degree of celebrity, please share your story in the comments area below or sound off on video via CNN iReport.
Compiled by the CNN.com moderation staff. Some comments edited for length or clarity.