-Andy Warhol -1968 -Pop Art -Screen Print -Commodity icon -Sells warmth, cozy, family values - All of American social values are being communicated through these commodity icons like campbells tomato soup. Campbells soup can sell the warmth, cozy, lifestyle associated with food.

-Andy Warhol -1968 -Pop Art -Screen Print -Commodity icon -Sells warmth, cozy, family values - All of American social values are being communicated through these commodity icons like campbells tomato soup. Campbells soup can sell the warmth, cozy, lifestyle associated with food.

HUSH - TRIALS & ERRORS - KUMI CONTEMPORARY http://www.widewalls.ch/artwork/hush/trials-errors/ #workonpaper                                                                                                                                                                                 More

HUSH - TRIALS & ERRORS - KUMI CONTEMPORARY http://www.widewalls.ch/artwork/hush/trials-errors/ #workonpaper More

Andy Warhol: Mick Jagger (F. & S. II 140) Further to the idea previously draw image of famous person on acetate sheet and collage underneath to create Andy Warhol look alike.

Andy Warhol: Mick Jagger (F. & S. II 140) Further to the idea previously draw image of famous person on acetate sheet and collage underneath to create Andy Warhol look alike.

Stolen Andy Warhol painting of Muhammad Ali which was taken in a raid on a Los Angeles home in September 2009

Picasso is the most stolen artist in the world with more than 1,000 of his pieces of work missing

Stolen Andy Warhol painting of Muhammad Ali which was taken in a raid on a Los Angeles home in September 2009

Vincent Van Gogh and the Eiffel Tower were only on this Earth together for one year, 1889 - it's inaugural year - yet artist Aja Kusick thought it would be fun to visualize what the famous artist would've done with such a structure. The project sent her imagination soaring, and these gorgeous works of pop-art are the result:

Van Gogh's Most Famous Paintings Meet Pop Culture Icons And The Result Is Stunning!

Vincent Van Gogh and the Eiffel Tower were only on this Earth together for one year, 1889 - it's inaugural year - yet artist Aja Kusick thought it would be fun to visualize what the famous artist would've done with such a structure. The project sent her imagination soaring, and these gorgeous works of pop-art are the result:

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