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Eduardo Paolozzi

From sculptor, collagist, textile and graphic artist Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi. Came across a poster of his at the Aram shop in London this past Thursday and simply had to look him up. Love his colours, influences and juxtapositions.

“Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing?” by Richard Hamilton, 1956.

Comic collages in context

Pop art collage called 'Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing? 1956 by Richard Hamilton is one of the earliest pieces labeled Pop Art. Hamilton died in

We just about flipped when we saw this amazingly awesome food fabric! Hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn, cherries, shakes and tons more in an

Last Yard Available - Alexander Henry Midnight Snack Retro Fabric

Popart is art that is an ordinary painting of a person's face or object that is painting with unordinary clolors or the look of a comic. This is the look I'm imagining for a Popart background collage.

http://paperpaintandglue.tumblr.com great for a pop culture, mass media project

Stop Hating Yourself. Don't Listen To Media Bull Shit .TV Take 1 by ~VUHwex on I love this art and its message

Front cover and ten internal full page illustrations for the best selling book by Oliver Sacks. The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat Publisher: The Folio Society

Martin O'Neill - Front cover and ten internal full page illustrations for the best selling book by Oliver Sacks. The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat Publisher: The Folio Society

Here’s a new collaboration with Tate x Rookie Magazine that Maria Ines Gul and I worked on: a sartorial homage to Henri Matisse, styled by Verity Pemberton.

caravans: “ Here’s a new collaboration with Tate x Rookie Magazine that Maria Ines Gul and I worked on: a sartorial homage to Henri Matisse, styled by Verity Pemberton.

LOVE the collage aspect of this // Young Blood: Jimi Urquiaga | Fashion, Photography | HUNGER TV

Stylist Jimi Urquiaga and Photographer Robert Kley debut their latest fashion story for Hunger magazine.

Illustration by Urmila Raini, Fashion FAD student at Kensington & Chelsea College, London.  See the amazing work at our next open day on 23rd Feb 2017.  www.kcc.ac.uk

Illustration by Urmila Raini, Fashion FAD student at Kensington & Chelsea College, London.uk i like it used cut out image combined with circle pattern and line / square shape.

Modern Day Pop Art Beauty   Sandra Chevrier inspiration

Modern Day Pop Art Beauty - Sandra Chevrier

Peter Blake: Women 2012

Peter Blake: new collages