Designed by Andy Warhol. One of Warhol's most refreshing and surprising works, "Flowers, ca. 1964" differs greatly from his earlier pieces. No star portrait, no consumer criticism. The bottle screen print from 1964 features four flourescent hibiscus blossoms, taken from an image captured by photographer Patricia Caulfield for Modern Photography magazine. In Warhol's work, the delicate yellow, red, and pink tones of the original photograph give way to an almost garish palette. Decorative and disharmonic at the same time, Warhol creates a conflict between art and nature.