James Rosenquist, contributor to Pop Art movement, has passed away

James Rosenquist, contributor to Pop Art movement, has passed away

James Rosenquist, who helped define Pop Art in its 1960s evolution with his boldly scaled painted montages of commercial imagery, died on Friday April 28, 2017  in New York City. He was 83 years old. Rosenquist started out in New York City as a sign painter by trade and would work on abstract pieces at night — he translated the in-your-face style of giant advertising […]

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Naked Donald Trump Sculptures

Naked Donald Trump Sculptures

Naked Donald Trump Sculptures titled ‘The Emperor Has No Balls’ are popping up in major cities. New York, Cleveland, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco have all be graced by these incredible Donald Trump sculptures. An “anarchist collective” called INDECLINE are behind a series of nude statues depicting Donald Trump in his birthday clothes. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” these series of statues are called “The […]

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Renewed Art by John Dahlsen

Renewed Art by John Dahlsen

Environmental art involves the creation or manipulation of a large or enclosed space, many effectively surrounding its audience.  Architectural (including landscape architectural) design might be said to qualify as environment art, although the term usually refers to artworks that do not function as either of these kinds of environmental design typically do.  Several artists, many associated with American Pop Art — like Edward Kienholz (American, […]

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12 Tattoos Inspired By Famous Artists

12 Tattoos Inspired By Famous Artists

Have a favorite Artist?  A favorite piece of work?  Now, you can wear it forever!  If you are an art major, or an art collector, or just someone who generally appreciates and loves art, then these famous artist tattoos are perfect for you! 1. “Drowning Girl”- Roy Lichtenstein via Vulture 2. Frida Khalo via Vulture 3.”Moses” – Michelangelo via Inked Mag 4. Jackson Pollock via Pinterest […]

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