“Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves?” Andy Warhol reportedly said. We think that borrowing from the style of another artist can be a terrific jumping-off point for your own creative adventures. Meet The Pop Cam, a Warholian art tool if there ever was one. With one snap, you can take four images of one thing over the span of a second. Each sequential image is created under a differently colored lens, so your final product is a four-part image with a yellow, green, moody blue, and red-tinged version on one print. A pop-up viewfinder helps you frame your scene. This plastic camera works with 35 mm film and is best used outdoors. Instructions included, 4" x 2-1/2" x 1-1/2".