inspiration: pop art

There's nothing quite like flicking through the pages of Pop Art books to lure me out of a creative rut.


1. Pop Art 1955-70 by Henry Geldzahler, Roy Lichtenstein: Pop Remix by Jaklyn Babington
2. My Marilyn by Richard Hamilton against Thinking Nude by Roy Lichtenstein
3. Smoker, I (Mouth 12) by Tom Wesselmann against Shipboard Girl by Roy Lichtenstein

7 comments:

  1. I've always liked looking at pop art, but I unfortunately didn't take much interest in it other than knowing the names of the prominent artists. Love Roy's work. I definitely nee to put some of these books on my wishlist, thank you for the inspiration!

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    1. It's such an expansive genre when you really dig in. Pick up any Pop Art book and you'll be sweet.

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  2. Pop art is every green
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  3. Who doesn't love Lichtenstein? There's a big painting of his above a tunnel in a subway in NY, and it makes me so happy every time I pass it.

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    1. Oh that sounds fantastic. I recently went to an exhibit of some of his works and it was heaven!

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  4. pop art makes me so happy :) loveeeeee xxx

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