In 1968 Valerie Solanas walked into Warhol?s studio, The Factory, and shot him. He was critically injured and spent several months recovering in hospital. His film `Women In Revolt? can be seen as a ?deliberate challenge, a show of defiance? against Solanas and her links with the women?s movement. A satire of the women?s liberation movement, the film starred three of The Factory?s transvestite `superstars? and followed them through an essentially improvised plot. This poster displays one of the stars, Candy Darling, adopting a stance of defiance with arm raised in protest. The title appears to be scrawled in red nail varnish. Warhol?s name was itself a brand and by promoting it as an `Andy Warhol? film, he effectively draws on his own celebrity as a marketing tool.