The following quotations are useful:
"People are always calling me a mirror and if a mirror looks into a mirror, what is there to see?"
"Pimples are a temporary condition and they don't have anything to do with what you really look like" Warhol.
"In some circles where very heavy people think they have very heavy brains, words like 'charming' and 'clever' and 'pretty' are all put-downs; all the lighter things in life, which are the most important things, are put down."
"I never fall apart because I never fall together."
"... there are those other people who look twenty all their lives. It's thrilling to see movie stars (since they are more involved in that than most people) who have worked on their beauty, who still have all their energy because they're still working with their young selves."
"I play down my good features and play up the bad ones"
"Does that means I'm slimy?" (The Philosophy of Andy Warhol).
"... the obvious stiffness of his left knee, his awkward physique, his dumbfounded expression..."
"The sharpness of the digital image, which once struck him as 'inhuman,' was now the right medium for a world of high-definition screens and high-resolution printing," Emily Witt about Wolfgang Tillmans (The New Yorker).
"Neoteny: retention of survivally optimal larval or immature characters as adults, i.e., refusal to stop growing, extension of developmental period."
"You sure to be deride by the Rambo-Liddy-Ollie North steroid gang... and the conventional-wisdom experts."
"Dr. Spock personalizes quantum psychology: 'Treat your kids as individuals, as singularities.' Here was the most radical, subversive social doctrine ever proposed, and it was directed to the only groups that can bring about enduring change: parents, pediatricians, teachers" (Timothy Leary, Chaos & Cyberculture).
"So wie ich mich immer gewöhnt habe — eine extreme Lauterkeit gegen mich ist meine Daseins-Voraussetzung, ich komme um unter unreinen Bedingungen —, schwimme und bade und plätschere ich gleichsam beständig im Wasser, in irgend einem vollkommen durchsichtigen und glänzenden Elemente" (Nietzsche, Ecce Homo).