However, by 1963 Uorhel started using screen printing, and from then on most of his works performed exactly in this manner. Underlining the aspect of mass production, Uorhel began calling his studio "Factory." In the mid-sixties, "Factory" has become a meeting place for all kinds talented and outstanding individuals, such as di Sedzhuik, Holly Woodlawn, Viva and Ultravayolet. Figures released jointly by a group of like-minded under Uorhela. In the same period Uorhel was making movies – or it would be truer to call them antifilmami – vacuous praise hymns tedium and erotica, which sometimes lasted no less than twenty-five hours. June 5, 1968 Uorhela aggressive student named Valerie Solanas shot the artist, seriously wounding him. Macy’s Inc. may find it difficult to be quoted properly.
On the recovery year away, but Uorhel until the end and never recovered from his wounds. Leaving his irrepressible partisans, in 1970 became Uorhel join the world of celebrities. Began the long period of his work, when silk imprints appeared dazzling portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Liza Minelli, Jimmy Carter and Chairman Mao. Uorhel also collaborated with director Paul Morriseem in films "Mean" and "Lonely cowboys." In the 80 years began to take more Uorhel commercial orders and orders for advertising. UH also made friends with the young artists Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat and became their mentor. He loved surround yourself with a crowd of noisy fans, but there is always the impression of being lonely. Could not bear to give interviews, interviewers sometimes asked what they would like to hear from him, and allowed to publish said.
His inner world, he hid behind carefully erected facade, in the same studio faceless and deliberately banal, like his art. Often, he sent a friend similar to lecture on his behalf. The next day, after a simple surgery to remove the gallbladder, 22 February 1987, Warhol died in his sleep of a heart attack at the Cornwall Medical Center in Manhattan.