Last Supper, The (Andy Warhol) Easter Egg - Diabolic Reference?

Warhol uses to insert commercial items in his works of art, to show how art is now available to common people too. In his view of the Last Supper by Da Vinci, he drew by himself the icon of Christ and added famous motorcycles and also a big, red and yellow price. See the numbers in it: 6.99, and Warhol didn't specificate "dollars". Now try tho overturn the last two digits: 666. Warhol chose exactly 6.99. Is it an implicit diabolic reference?

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 05-19-2007
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TheDrooper writes:
And if you turn the first number over you get 9.99! OOOHHHH!!! Spooky!
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Troypod writes:
OR maybe- just maybe, the artist had a dirty mind and thought he might put in the number 69 with another 9 added to the end of it?! It's a conspiracy! Shun.
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GoatBoy writes:
i think you just wanted to find something wrong with something and so you try to make it an egg but its not so he made it 6.99 woop-de-doo its a price
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Cheatsamigo writes:
What in the hell is this? Crap is what it is! I agree with Goatboy, Whoop de doo, a price tag! don't bother submitting eggs if you can't even ruddy well find them! Shame on you.
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