A kiss is never just a kiss. Sometimes it signals triumph; other times, anguish. But even when kissing is merely a polite gesture, there’s a certain inherent intimacy. The Kiss celebrates this meaningful act in its most iconic forms: Warhol’s provocative lip lock, Picasso’s Cubist caress, the climactic rainstorm embrace in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and, of course, the heart-wrenching farewell between Bogart and Bergman in Casablanca. Culled from history, cinema, and popular media, this collection evokes passion, romance, intrigue, and desire, making it the perfect celebration for anyone who’s ever been in love . . . or simply in lust!