Warhol had always been dissatisfied with his appearance and by the 1980s he had erected a complete facade, behind which to hide. His last self-portraits incorporate camouflage patterning, furthering this idea of hiding his true self. These portraits relate to Warhol?s series of photographs of him in his `fright wig?. His hair stands on end and his seemingly disembodied head, with blank eyes and slightly parted lips, bears similarities to his skull paintings. It is used here on a poster advertising 1987?s fourth annual copy of `Kunst und Kirche? (Art and Church) - a German magazine for contemporary art and architecture which also explores religious and philosophical views. Warhol was a devout Catholic and his death early in 1987 aroused great interest in the press.