Category Archives: Pop Art

Blast from the Past

If you went to college in the 1970s, chances are his posters lined your dormitory walls. If you owned the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, you absorbed his rendering of the flared bell bottoms of the Fab Four, the blue and red … Continue reading

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POP Goes the Zimmerli

Since Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup can images first appeared in the 1960s, Pop Art has remained an influential force in contemporary art.  Artists made bold, colorful print imagery ranging from food packaging to politics, from rocket launches to sexy nudes, … Continue reading

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