Only in 1962 at an exhibition of drawings for canned soup company "Campbell", held in Los Angeles, on the works of Andy talked about as a sensation. The foundation was laid. Warhol was at the center of Pop Art movement, which included such artists as Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns. In 1962 by paint cans continue to cause strokes. However, already by 1963 Uorhel began to use serigraphy, and since then most of his works performed precisely 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 of talented and outstanding individuals, such as di Sedgwick, Holly Woodlawn, Viva, and Ultravayolet.
Figures released jointly by a group of like-minded under the leadership of Uorhela. In the same period Uorhel was to make movies – or, rather, it would be to call them antifilmami – meaningless songs of praise boredom 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. Of recovery had gone a year, but Uorhel way to the end and never recovered from his wounds. Leaving his irrepressible adherents in 1970 was Uorhel join the world of celebrities. Began the longest period of his work, when the silk imprints appeared dazzling portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Liza Minelli, Jimmy Carter and Chairman Mao. Uorhel also collaborated with director Paul Morriseem in the movies "Mean" and "Lonely cowboys." In the 80 years Uorhel began to take on more commercial orders and orders for advertising.