Andy Warhol, long known for his iconic paintings and screen prints, spent much of his early artistic career behind a Polaroid camera. The resulting images are at once grainy and fulfilling, capturing celebrities and unknown individuals alike, as well as a series of seemingly random objects that seemed to fascinate the pop artist. Many of these impromptu images are now available at The Luckman Fine Arts Complex on the CSU-LA complex in East Los Angeles. The photographs represent early icons and touchstones that helped to guide Warhol's career, and many snapshots that helped to define his most famous works. The show is free, and runs through March 30th.