Unlike Warhol collecting Hollywood publicity stills, Heungman was using an 8x10 camera with Polaroid Type-55 film to examine the essence of a Hollywood portrait setting, which was in vogue since the beginning of motion picture making.
Only contact prints were made. They were done at traditional darkrooms between 1986-1989. Only five prints were created from each selected negative. They were then archived and won't ever see the light of day.