Pop art v1
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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Pop art v1
Pop Art was inspired by popular
culture of the 1950s and 60s
Arts were inspired by magazines, pop music,
television, films, and advertisements.
Pop artists created bright, appealing
Andy Warhol often wore a
white wig in public to be
different from everyone else.
Mickey Mouse was part of
the popular culture of the
1950s and 60s.
Andy Warhol used repetition to compare his art to manufacturing. He
even called his art studio “The Factory”.
Marilyn Monroe, a
Che Guevara, a political figure
in the Cuban Revolution.
Andy Warhol made art
out of ordinary items
people used every day.
100 Soup Cans by Andy
Andy Warhol combined photography with silk-screening, a
form of printing, to make multiple copies of his pictures.
Sneakers done in the style of Andy Warhol
Art was influenced by images in comic books.
Lichtenstein used thick outlines, bold colors and Benday
dots to represent colors. Benday is a process where small
colored dots are used to create color, similar to
Photo of Roy Lichtenstein. Lichtenstein used oil and
acrylic paint to produce his
Used symbols with bold lines and bright colors.
Haring started painting the walls in the subway,
then eventually on canvas.
Hockney pieced together a number of photos to make a picture.
Because the photos don’t match up exactly, everything seems broken
wanted the viewer
to see all sides at
the same time.
Richard Hamilton – collage artist
Richard Hamilton’s collage
titled “Just What Is It that
MakesToday's Homes So
Different, So Appealing?”
An example of collage art in
the style of Richard Hamilton.