Other Work on Paper
Grouped here are works on paper and a Rowlux piece that do not fall into this catalogue's other classifications of artworks or are considered sentimental gestures.
Sponsored by the Aspen Center for Contemporary Arts' summer residency program, six artists-in-residence opened their studios at the historic Brand Building in Aspen for Culture-In, a four-day schedule of events from August 17–20, 1967, as a gift to the city. Lichtenstein taped a cartoon-style interior in a room, with the added effects of onomatopoeia.
When the building was scheduled for demolition later that year, De Wain Valentine recuperated the Nok!! Nok!! Door with Lichtenstein's permission. The only existing RL studio card refers to this door alone. The SLAM!! door, the radiator, the outlet and the light switch are no longer extant.
Participating artists included: Allan D’Arcangelo, De Wain Valentine, Robert Morris, Lichtenstein, Les Levine and Claes Oldenburg.