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  • POP ART

    M I L I TO

    LOW

    COST

    MASS

    PRODUCED

    GLAMOUROUS WITTY

    GIMMICKY

    POPULAR

  • WHAT IS POP ART?

    • An art movement 1955-1970 (ish)

    • References subject matter from POP

    CULTURE

    • Art was no longer a high class commodity,

    it was designed for mass viewing, subjects

    were recognizable objects / images

    Andy Warhol

    Marylyn Diptych

    1962Print

    Claes Oldenburg

    Dropped Ice Cream

    2001 Sculpture

  • FEATURES OF POP ART

    • Mass produced / industrialized

    • Pop culture & icons

    – Celebrities & brands

    • Glamourized commonplace objects & people &

    actions

    – Soup cans

    – Using the telephone

    • Featured

    – Advertising & Comic Books

    – Bold & Basic Color Pallets

    – Simplistic Designs

    Andy Warhol

    Campbells Soup

    1968 Print

    Roy Lichtenstein

    Oh Alright

    1964 Painting

    Andy Warhol

    Triple Elvis

    1963 Print

  • TIME PERIOD • 1955-1970

    • Post WWII

    – (lots of war references)

    • After Abstract Impressionism

    – Subject was unclear / ambiguous

    • American economy is booming

    – Manufacturing

    • Mass Production

    – Media Industry

    • Celebrities

    • Pop Icons

    – Commercial Advertisements

    • Household Items

    Robert Rauchenburg

    Signs

    1970 Collage

    Thomas K. Wessleman

    Still Life 35

    1963 Oil & Collage on Panels

    Roy Lichtenstein

    Live Ammo (Blang)

    1962 Oil & Manga on Canvas

  • ROY LICHTENSTEIN

    • 10/27/23-9/29/97 American Artist

    – (Painter, Sculptor, & Lithographer)

    • A highly criticized New York based artist

    known for his bold yet basic comic book style

    of art

    • Features of his artwork

    – Comic book style

    – Primary color scheme

    – Ben-day dots (small repetitive dots of color

    used in printing)

    Roy Lichtenstein Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jowA-pH-Y8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jowA-pH-Y8

  • DROWNING GIRL 1963

    • Museum of Modern Art (MOMA),

    NY

    • Oil & synthetic polymer paint

    • “Masterpiece of Melodrama”

    • Thick outline

    • Bold Colors

    • Ben-day dots

  • WHAAM! 1963

    • Tate Museum, London

    • Acrylic & oil paint

    • Feature war machine

    • Sense of action

    • Thick outlines

    • Bold colors (primary)

    • Ben-day dots & repetitive lines

  • LOOK MICKEY 1961

    • National Gallery of Art,

    Washington DC

    • Oil painting

    • Cartoon style

    • Features pop icons

    • Bright bold blocks of colors

    (primary)

  • BEN DAY DOTS

    • Printing process named after illustrator &

    printer Benjamin Day

    • Small colored dots are placed an even distance

    – Close Dots = More Color

    • Inexpensive way to show tints / shades &

    create secondary colors

    • Made by putting a stencil with holes over the

    page & painting / inking over it

    • A hallmark of Lichtenstein's art

    – Exaggerates & enlarges them

  • ONOMATOPOEIAS • Action Words!... Think of one!

    • ___________________________

    ___________________________

    ___________________________

    ___________________________

    ___________________________

    ___________________________

    • Write it large & in caps & outline it

    • Add explosion / cloud shapes behind

    it

    • Fill the negative space using primary

    colors, use ben-day dots & lines

  • POP ARTIST RESEARCH PROJECT • Possible pop artist

    – Andy Warhol

    – Claes Oldenburg

    – Jasper Johns

    – Keith Haring

    – Robert Rauschenberg

    – James Rosenquist

    – Richard Hamilton

    – Thomas K. Wesslemann

    – Edouardo Paolozzi

    • You must research a pop artist & create a

    display about the artist & their artwork

    • Research:

    – Name & date of birth/death & photo of

    artist

    – Significant features of artist / artwork

    • What color pallet did they use?

    • What kinds of images / art did they make?

    • Why were they significant/ what are thy

    known for?

    • How would you describe their style?

    – 3 Artworks (image, title, date)

    • What is special or significant about this

    work?

    • What does it feature?

  • ARTIST PRESENTATION

    • Each person / group will present their artist display

    • Audience members will write down 3 things you learned, thought was interesting, or was

    significant about the art / artist

    • Once everyone has presented, as a group answer the following about your thought about the

    art / artists presented:

    – What were some of the common features?

    – What was popular among pop artist?

    – What influences / references do you see?

  • LICHTENSTEIN INSPIRED POP ART PROJECT

    • Brainstorm objects, people, actions, styles, ideas, etc. that are popular now!

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  • LICHTENSTEIN INSPIRED POP ART PROJECT • Use & combine ideas you

    brainstormed to create 2

    sketches of possible final art

    project related to current

    pop culture (show color

    pallet on sketch you plan to

    use)

    • Begin drawing your final draft

    • Remember to use the

    Lichtenstein comic book

    style, bold lines, basic color

    pallet, & ben-day dots

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