Portrait painter Michal Lukasiewicz explores how bold “patches” of color can create a more contemporary dynamic to his classic, figurative works. Born in Poland, based in Belgium, his acrylic portraiture has been described as high Renaissance blended with Pop art.
There’s so much movement in these paintings by David Humphrey – motion captured, action about to begin and movement implied. Momentum animates the cartoon-style figures and surreal backgrounds, down to the sweeping motion of Humphrey’s emboldened brush.
South African-born painter and digital artist Anton Barnard has a gripping technique, due to his training as an architect. Based now in Germany, he adroitly blends pop art, cubism, surrealism and abstract expressionism, but isn’t defined by any of these genres alone. See more of his work at […]
Labels reminiscent of the revered soup works of pop artist Andy Warhol appear on 1.2 million special-edition cans of Campbell’s condensed tomato soup at Target stores starting Sunday. -Vintage: The famous Campbell’s soup print by Warhol initially provoked a consideration of legal action at Campbell’s before the company […]
These images by Marijke Koger-Dunham, revered as the force behind psychedelic art, are from freedom, a retrospective on her career at Sonos Studios in Los Angeles. She created album art and costumes for The Beatles, painted Eric Clapton’s guitar and painted the mural on the Aquarius theater that […]
The retrospective Tom Wesselmann: Beyond Pop Art, on now in a Canadian exclusive at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts through Oct. 7, 2012, is the first time this influential artist has had a major exhibition, despite his huge impact and widespread public recognition. The New York artist (1931-2004) […]