http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/lichtenstein-pop-art-resist/. Create a graphic and colorful resist with a nod to Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein! Start with smooth manga paper and then mix black paint with gloss medium to make a shiny resist. Apply the resist with a brush and texture plates. When dry, apply vivid color using Blick Liquid Watercolors. For a PDF version of this lesson plan, along with the materials list, follow this link to the Blick website http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/lichtenstein-pop-art-resist/.
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Filmed in 1993 this short clip is a personal account into Roy Lichtenstein's reflection of his work over the past 30 years. Hear from the artist himself about style, technique, process, inspiration and his relationship with art. By Checkerboard Films NYC. Roy Lichtenstein - Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997) was a prominent American pop artist. Roy Lichtenstein's work was heavily influenced by both popular advertising and the comic book style. Roy Lichtenstein described Pop art as, "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting". Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City 1923. He took a Fine Art degree at Ohio State University and was drafted into the US army in 1943. Roy Lichtenstein brought his first comic strip paintings into the Leo Castelli Gallery in 1961. Although best known as a painter, Roy Lichtenstein has worked in a variety of media: sculpture, murals, prints and ceramics. Roy Lichtenstein's work is available for purchase at Guy Hepner. Information and works available: http://ow.ly/Myc7W Private Inquiries: [email protected]
Views: 456 Guy Hepner
When is a copy not a copy? Where is the presence of one artist in another artist's work? And how does the context of an image change its meaning? These were all questions posed, in one way or another, by the work of the artist Sturtevant. Inspired by Marcel Duchamp's pronouncement that even a tube of paint is a readymade, Sturtevant began making her own versions of the works of her contemporaries in 1964, using her generation's most iconic artworks to investigate modernist ideals of authorship and originality. So similar were her "repetitions" to the works of Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, and Andy Warhol that the latter once quipped, when asked about his own silk screen paintings, "I don't know, ask Elaine." "Our collection at MOCA has very deep holdings of Rauschenberg, Johns, Claes Oldenburg—all the artists who, at the beginning of her career, she identified as targets.… When you enter our galleries, you could have this moment of illusion. 'Is that a Warhol? Is that a Warhol from MOCA's collection? Where am I?' This moment of confusion, she deliberately created with her work."—Philippe Vergne For more information on Sturtevant: Double Trouble, March 20–July 27, 2015, MOCA Grand Avenue, visit http://moca.org.
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Photoshop CC 2015 tutorial update showing how to make a fully editable, Andy Warhol-style, pop art portrait from a photo. In-depth Refine Edge tutorial: http://goo.gl/mYMiE2 Photo provided by Shutterstock.com Image ID: 282735074 Royalty-Free Music provided by http://www.beatsuite.com High quality, copyright-free music for YouTube. Music track: "Stars Colliding" Subscribe to Blue Lightning TV: http://goo.gl/HEpuJ4 My Website: http://www.bluelightningtv.com/ Get up to 20% off Photoshop + Lightroom + more all for just $7.99 USD p/month!: http://goo.gl/QFznn7 Facebook: https://goo.gl/fHLJsh Twitter: https://twitter.com/bluelightningtv Check out my tutorials on Skillfeed!: https://www.skillfeed.com/instructor/12
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Pop-art/comicbook look inspired by Roy Lichtenstein's and Andy Warhol's art. Subscribe for more! https://goo.gl/kHA93k Greek Channel: https://www.youtube.com/κλαιρηδημοπουλου Instagram: https://instagram.com/clairedim Products used: Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation Mac Pro Longwear concealer Kryolan Aquacolor Plus (Black) Mac Boot Black liquid liner Mac Fascinating eye kohl Mac Cyan Pro Performance HD Airbrush Makeup (pro product) Illamasqua Scribe liquid liner Maybelline Colossal mascara Mac Viva Glam I lipstick Bioderma Sensibio H2O Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video, all products were purchased by me and all opinions are my own.
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HOW to MAKE pop-art RUSSIAN PROPAGANDA style Using ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR by Encis515 HOW to MAKE pop-art RUSSIAN PROPAGANDA style Using ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR by Encis515 HOW to MAKE pop-art RUSSIAN PROPAGANDA style Using ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR by Encis515
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Description copying the style of Lichtenstein
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An in-depth look at the creation of the 1977 BMW Art Car by Roy Lichtenstein. Alike Andy Warhol and Haring, as a member of the Pop Art Movement Roy Lichtenstein was commissioned to paint a BMW race car as part of the Art Car Project. See the success of his work, the race car itself and the general publics reaction to his designed car. Roy Lichtenstein - Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997) was a prominent American pop artist. Roy Lichtenstein's work was heavily influenced by both popular advertising and the comic book style. Roy Lichtenstein described Pop art as, "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting". Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City 1923. He took a Fine Art degree at Ohio State University and was drafted into the US army in 1943. Roy Lichtenstein brought his first comic strip paintings into the Leo Castelli Gallery in 1961. Although best known as a painter, Roy Lichtenstein has worked in a variety of media: sculpture, murals, prints and ceramics. Roy Lichtenstein's work is available for purchase at Guy Hepner. Information and works available: http://ow.ly/Myc7W Private Inquiries: [email protected]
Views: 77 Guy Hepner
THIS IS FOR SALE ON EBAY!! http://www.ebay.com/itm/181675277257?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Painting a portrait of Slash from Guns n Roses in a Pop Art style with acrylic paints on stretched canvas. Contemporary modern art style. Materials used: Stretched canvas, (16 x 20 inches) acrylic paint Total Time: 57 minutes Thank you for watching and Subscribe! You can follow me on facebook, instagram and society6 (links below) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Jonathan.Stephen.Harris FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JSHStudioGallery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jonathanstephenharris SOCIETY6: http://society6.com/JSHarts MUSIC: "Takeoff" by YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
Views: 6499 Jonathan Harris
Create a halftone dot pattern in Illustrator. Learn how to turn a gradient filled shape into a vector halftone pattern using Illustrator's own tools. In this video you will see how to make and fill a shape with a gradient and how to use this to create a halftone dot pattern. You will see what settings to use for channels and radius in the Color Halftone panel so you get the result you are wanting. You will see how changes in the Channel value changes the look of the dots you create. Once you have done this you will see how to take this bitmap result and turn it into a vector. This process is repeatable so you can use it to turn any shape into a halftone pattern at any time and it's pretty simple too which is a big plus! VIEW MORE VIDEOS JUST LIKE THIS ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL Subscribe ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=helenlbradley VISIT PROJECTWOMAN.COM FOR MORE ON PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR & LIGHTROOM Website ► http://www.projectwoman.com Blog ► http://www.projectwoman.com/phototips SUBSCRIBE TO MY EMAIL MAILING LIST http://visitor.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?m=1102397539123&p=oi LET'S CONNECT! Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+helenbradley Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/projectwoman Twitter ► https://twitter.com/helenbradley LinkedIn ► http://linkedin.com/in/HelenBradley LEARN BY PURCHASING ONE OF MY COURSES Udemy ► https://www.udemy.com/illustrator-for-photoshop-users/ Curious ► https://curious.com/helenbradley/series/photoshop-for-photographers Curious ► https://curious.com/helenbradley/series/10-advanced-photoshop-techniques Skillshare ► http://www.skillshare.com/helenbradley Learn Lightroom with Helen Bradley ► http://helenbradley.teachable.com IF YOU LIKED THIS VIDEO YOU MAY LIKE THESE SIMILAR VIDEOS: Illustrator - Doodle Heart Drawing ► http://youtu.be/jUptEtlNPqc Illustrator Scribble Text Effect ► http://youtu.be/onCAX9SuAGk Illustrator-Pen draw a folkart heart ► http://youtu.be/WE7lTnr03Y4 Create a spectrum ribbon in Illustrator ► http://youtu.be/04OAU4LFHSM Illustrator - Triangle Vector Backgrounds - Poly Art effect ► http://youtu.be/Vk9ffEyHEeA Illustrator - Zig Zags, Ric Rac and Wavy Lines ► http://youtu.be/BQmyWu0R4BE Illustrator - Spirals ► http://youtu.be/-vDeaB-E9cc Illustrator - make spirals part2 ► http://youtu.be/Tp8Gmj7FV8g Illustrator - recolor spirals and shapes part3 ► http://youtu.be/n4Fd8fN3xEQ Illustrator - Lacy Border Effect ► http://youtu.be/MntY1bbGv0k Illustrator - Hand drawn text dividers ► http://youtu.be/mOXHFzMMZ50 Illustrator - Inverse Effect ► http://youtu.be/4mB_0EpoKsU Illustrator - Halftone Heart Effects ► http://youtu.be/GBntViG5cFM Illustrator - Halftone Hearts ► http://youtu.be/aAO7CUmpLVA Illustrator - Hand drawn line effect ► https://youtu.be/XFZ75BC6kVk Illustrator – Draw a Vintage Birdcage ► http://youtu.be/M6sPiltzWWU Illustrator - Draw a vintage penny farthing ► https://youtu.be/t4ZP5TaBPF8
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Roy Lichtenstein Animation: Design And Influence Of Pop Artist & Designer, Roy Lichtenstein A visual impression of the design and influence of Roy Lichtenstein, set to music. Roy Fox Lichtenstein (October 27, 1923 – September 29, 1997) was an American pop artist. During the 1960s, along with Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and James Rosenquist among others, he became a leading figure in the new art movement. His work defined the basic premise of pop art through parody. Favouring the comic strip as his main inspiration, Lichtenstein produced hard-edged, precise compositions that documented while it parodied often in a tongue-in-cheek humorous manner. His work was heavily influenced by both popular advertising and the comic book style. He described pop art as "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting". His paintings were exhibited at the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York City. All visuals courtesy of Visual Design & Art School, South Korea. If you enjoyed this video, you might also like: Dieter Rams: Design And Influence Of Industrial Designer, Dieter Rams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5WkvlkmtD8 Saul Bass: Design And Influence Of Graphic Designer and Filmmaker, Saul Bass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYLi-LW7DsY Andy Warhol: Art And Design Of Artist & Graphic Designer, Andy Warhol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_irT7xfGIo Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: Design And Influence Of Architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Re2ZQzS4VY Subscribe for more quality videos, regular updates: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPStX9eqormy00a9TT99xsw
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In this week's #BeautyPlaylist episode, vlogger Marisa Roy shows you how to get Roy Lichtenstein's "Oh Jeff" pop art comic book girl look for Halloween. (It's a look she really loves: If you're an ardent #BeautyPlaylist fan, you'll know Marisa always has a Roy Lichtenstein book on display behind her!). See list of products used below. Marc Jacobs The Face III Bluffing Foundation Brush Make Up For Ever Lash Show Make Up For Ever Flash Color Case Smith Cosmetics 302 Lip Brush Join the conversation! Snapchat: ELLECanada http://facebook.com/ellecanada http://twitter.com/ellecanada http://instagram.com/ellecanada http://instagram.com/marisaroy http://twitter.com/marisaroy http://ellecanada.com
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Pop! Wow! Zaaap! Bam! In today's tutorial I teach you how to create this pop art comic book style makeup using some nice bright colours! :D If you enjoy this tutorial be sure to subscribe and give this video a thumbs up :) xx PRODUCTS USED: Mehron - Black & White Face Paints Lime Crime - Centrifuschia Lipstick Arbonne - Black Liquid Eyeliner L.A. Girl - White Pencil Eyeliner Lime Crime - No She Didn't Lipstick Don't forget to follow me on social media and tag me in any photos if you recreate my makeups...I LOVE to see them! xoxo Facebook: www.facebook.com/EyedolizeMakeupArtistry Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/eyedolizemakeup Instagram: @EyedolizeMakeup Use Hashtags: #eyedolizemakeup #weirdiswonderful #weirdoz Blog: http://eyedolizemakeup.blogspot.com.au/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/eyedolizemakeup -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Also watch: "The PERFECT Job Interview or Meeting Makeup by EyedolizeMakeup" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEqEs7jx-Yw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Fun, Pop Art Makeup Tutorial in the style of Roy Lichtenstein. See more about the artist who inspired this look here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Lichtenstein Click here to see some of his works in posters: http://www.art.com/gallery/id--a79/roy-lichtenstein-posters.htm Create this look with Black Eyeliner, Black Long Story Mascara, Costume Makeup Palette including White, Red, Blue, Yellow. Red Lip liner and Lip Stick. Optional: False Eyelashes. Applicators: Makeup Brushes, Q-tips Costume Clothing & Accessories: All things Polka Dot & Primary colors, Black and White!!!
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Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) was one of the most radical and influential artists of the twentieth century. As part of 'REFLECTIONS' at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, a special three-room ARTIST ROOMS display will be dedicated to works by the renowned American artist. In this opening lecture, Dorothy Lichtenstein, widow of the artist, Jack Cowart (president of the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation and friend of the late artist) and Anthony d'Offay talk to Curator Lucy Askew about the legacy of Lichtenstein. Learn more about the artist: https://bit.ly/2PS6XB2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nationalgalleries/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NatGalleriesSco Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natgalleriessco Website: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/
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Painting a portrait of Prince in a Pop Art style with acrylic paints on stretched canvas. Contemporary modern art style. Materials used: Stretched canvas, (24 x 36 inches) acrylic paint Unfortunately my camera decided to do one on me and stop recording without me knowing so the last part is cut out.. But at least you can still see me painting most of it.. The last part is really just me cleaning up what I already done and adding a black line around some of it.. Total Time: 1 hr 42 minutes Thank you for watching and Subscribe! You can follow me on facebook, instagram and society6 (links below) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Jonathan.Stephen.Harris FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JSHStudioGallery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jonathanstephenharris SOCIETY6: http://society6.com/JSHarts MUSIC: "New_Phantom" by YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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Pop art. Retrospective exhibition at the Tate Gallery 6th January-4th February 1968. Roy Lichtenstein. Members of the public walking around the exhibition space with Lichtenstein paintings on the wall. A running commentary from a member of the public tells us his view on the paintings he has seen. Close-up facial shots of several people looking at or discussing the show. Continued views from members of the public played over several images of paintings. Some shots just of the paintings, some which also include the public. Several shots, close-up and full-view, of a painting, shown while the artist discusses his work. Close-up of a small area of a painting; only numerous red dots on white background are visable. The camera slowly pans out to reveal the full painting: The face of a blonde woman crying, with a thought bubble and words at the top of the painting. Cut to a second painting of a blonde woman with face, bedstead and the back of an alarm clock visable, several close-up and full-shots. A panned shot around the painting while the artist continues discussing his work (and cartoon strips). Various shots of two other paintings of women, head and shoulder portraits. Commentary cuts to members of the public. A man tells us his view of a painting of a couple in a room, the woman in the foreground, left, the man in the background, right. A speech bubble with the words: IT'S...IT'S NOT AN ENGAGEMENT RING IS IT? comes from the woman. Various close-up shots, some quick flashes, of certain areas of the painting. Cut to a full-shot of a painting of a dark haired woman who's face is surrounded by waves/water, with the thought bubble: I DON'T CARE. I'D RATHER SINK THAN CALL BRAD FOR HELP at the top of the painting. Various clse-up shots of the woman's face, eyes and nose are intersperced with quick shots of some areas of the writing.
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Create a comic of yourself in Adobe Photoshop. This is a cool Photoshop Project that you can enjoy with friends and family. The image lends itself to Roy Lichtenstein's pop art movement of the 1960s. Funny how History seems to repeat itself. Thank You, Respectfully, Dino
Views: 824 Dino Riese
Tate Modern's video bio on the infamous pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. An account of Lichtenstein's life from a struggling young artist to a successful painter that changed art history today. See his artistic development and progression in the art world including influencers, sourced of inspiration and his relationship with other pop artists including Andy Warhol and Tom Wesselmann. Roy Lichtenstein - Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997) was a prominent American pop artist. Roy Lichtenstein's work was heavily influenced by both popular advertising and the comic book style. Roy Lichtenstein described Pop art as, "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting". Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City 1923. He took a Fine Art degree at Ohio State University and was drafted into the US army in 1943. Roy Lichtenstein brought his first comic strip paintings into the Leo Castelli Gallery in 1961. Although best known as a painter, Roy Lichtenstein has worked in a variety of media: sculpture, murals, prints and ceramics. Roy Lichtenstein's works are available for purchase from Guy Hepner. For all private inquiries: [email protected]
Views: 262 Guy Hepner
This is a piece inspired by Roy Lichtenstein, I loved creating this piece. Thank you to: Laziza, an amazing fashion blogger, for not only allowing me to create such an awesome piece, but for allowing to record it as well. I HIGHLY suggest checking out both her blog: http://www.thatshowidress.com/ And her facebook page for some very pretty party decorations: https://www.facebook.com/Soiree.entr
Views: 343 GeekyTwins
London, UK, February 18, 2013 1. Various of artist Roy Lichtenstein's "Wham" 2. Crash zoom out of Lichtenstein's painting showing close of fire from gun of a fighter plane 3. Various of paintings of fighter planes 4. Close zoom out to wide of "sunrise" (1965) 5. Wide of "Sunset" (1964) 6. Close tilt down of seascape 7. Various of "Oh Jeff I love you too...But..." 8. Various of "Drowning Girl" (1963) 9. Various of exhibition curator Sheena Wagstaff looking at paintings 10. SOUNDBITE: (English), Sheena Wagstaff, curator Lichtenstein Retrospective, Tate Modern "Most of the issues were to do with the fact that he was dipping into popular culture. He was taking a very ubiquitous, kind of down moded form of comic strip and seemingly reiterating it, just making a facsimile of it. In fact he wasn't doing that at all." 11. Various of man looking at "Look Mickey" painting (1961) 12. Wide of bust of a woman and black and white paintings of a tyre and golf ball 13. Close of bust 14. Wide of gallery with black and white paintings and bust 15. Close pan from cups and saucers with Lichtenstein's black and white design to gallery 16. Close of black and white painting of diamonds 17. SOUNDBITE: (English), Sheena Wagstaff, curator Lichtenstein Retrospective, Tate Modern "He was using as his sources, not just comic books, but also graphic illustrations from newspapers, black and white illustrations etcetera, which had already been, they were already reproductions of existing copies. In fact there was no original. What he was doing in that time is saying actually all of us have our daily lives, we encounter images that are already mediated and this is a way in which so called fine art can become a different form of communication and yet at the same time, retain its identity as painting." 18. Wide of three paintings of Rouen Cathedral (1969) 19. Pan of cartoon paintings in gallery 20. Various of "Masterpiece " comic strip (1962) 21. SOUNDBITE: (English), Sheena Wagstaff, curator Lichtenstein Retrospective, Tate Modern "He's cocking a snook at the art world of that time as well, the sort of mwah, mwah kissing aspect of the art world and being fawned upon by people who think that you know the artist is predominant and wonderful, but at the same time of course it's also a trenchant comment on what was happening at that time. So he oscillates between tongue in cheek and just really enjoying it. I mean that's what's so great about this exhibition is (it's) joyful." 22. Various of sculptures 23. Wide pan of Lichtenstein's modernist paintings 24. SOUNDBITE: (English), Sheena Wagstaff, curator Lichtenstein Retrospective, Tate Modern "I think he's super relevant today because he was looking forward to what we now know as part of our lives which is social media, I mean not just a much more faster means of communication which includes design and fine art in ways which we could never have imagined before then. So I think he was prescient for his time, I think it still looks incredibly fresh, but we also need to remember that these are paintings and they are in a great tradition of painterly values and his great heroes were Matisse, Picasso and Cezanne. 25. Various of painting in the style of Mark Rothko 26. Various of painting in cubist style 27. Close of painting in the style of Picasso 28. Wide pan of gallery 29 Various of sculptures and paintings 30. Various of later work featuring his own "Look Mickey" 31. Self portrait showing t-shirt and blank canvas 32. Wide pan around gallery showing late paintings LEADIN London's Tate Modern is opening a massive retrospective of the artist including his sculptures. STORYLINE: Wham, it's one of Roy Lichtenstein's most famous pieces. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8add49256b0628cb2b56953b2654d147 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hi everyone! This is the first video of my 'Halloween Series' and I did a fun Maleficent style pop art look! For more photo's & product details head over to - ChloeViv.com Twitter - Twitter.com/ChloeViv Instagram - Instagram.com/ChloeViv Facebook - facebook.com/ChloeViv Snapchat - ChloeViv (Gathering Darkness by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100849 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ )
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Pop art. Retrospective exhibition at the Tate Gallery 6th January-4th February 1968. Roy Lichtenstein. The film cuts to a head and shoulders shot of two women with long, brown hair, viewing the exhibition, no paintings visable, just a plain wall behind. Continued commentary from both the artist and members of the public. Cut to several full and panned close-up shots of a painting; the back of a blonde woman's head on the left of the painting a hand-held mirror with her smiling reflection visable on the right. The film then cuts to shots of the gallery rooms and to groups of people, some sitting, some walking, viewing the paintings. A close-up of an older man's face, as he walks around the exhibition, he has very receeding brown hair, brown moustache, brown glasses, a black jacket and tie. Head and shoulders shots of three other groups of people. Cuts to close-up shots of a black and white painting of things on breakfast table, Lichtenstein continues discussing work. Film cuts to several shots of cups, saucers and plates, which have a black and white Lichtenstein design on them, and are on display at the exhibition. Cut to a full-shot of a painting, with yellow background, of an open cooker, two racks are pulled out with two dishes on each, including a huge joint of meat, pototoes and a pie. Two close-up shots of this painting follow, as the artist continues to talk about the meaning behind his work: consumerism/ advertising. Cut to a full-shot, then close-up, of a two tone painting of a watch face and part of the strap (18 mins. past eight). Various shots of a Lichtenstein diptych, both showing a woman's leg with high heeled shoe on the lever of a pedal bin, on one side the bin lid is open on the other closed. Includes shots which flash between the two sides of the diptych. Cut to a full-shot of a heavily laced curtain with a window behind, shot zooms in quickly to the centre of painting. Cuts to a close-up, quickly zooming out, of a painting of a reel of wool. Close-up, quickly zooming out to full-shot,of a painting of a golf ball. Two futher shots of the camera zooming, both quickly and slowly, away from the golf ball. The last three paintings have all been painted using white and one other colour. Cut to a close-up, head and shoulders, shot of the gallery security guard. He is about 60 years old, bald but with some white hair at the back and sides. The camera then zooms out slowly to reveal the rest of the gallery room and the people in it, includes several panned shots of the public viewing the paintings. Cut to a brown and white painting of the sea and sky; brown dots on a white background. Close-up shot of area showing half sea and half sky, with the dots of the sky appearing to move down towards the sea. Several other shots of the public viewing landscape type paintings. Full-shot and close-up panning of a dots painting, colour shades from red at top to two shades of orange, yellow and cream at the bottom.
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In this tutorial I will show you how to create a pop art style photo effect that uses a repeating stroke action to create some visual interest with outlines. This is a longer one, but it is full of tips you don’t want to miss including -how to create an action -how to cut out a person -layer masks -clipping masks and more! -------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE on Youtube for new videos! - http://bit.ly/Justinodisho FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JustinOdisho - Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustinOdisho - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustinOdisho VISIT MY WEBSITE - http://justinodisho.com/ ---(F.A.Q.) Frequently Asked Questions--- Where to get Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro etc. ? ➜ Get Adobe Creative Cloud: http://bit.ly/2ekhRiF All of the Tech & Camera Gear I Use: ➜ List of My Gear: http://amzn.to/2dUzfeC Thanks for watching! (Affiliates: Adobe, Amazon)
Views: 73261 Justin Odisho
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Roy Lichtenstein - Whaam - Tate Modern London. Artwork - The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop - 17 September 2015 – 24 January 2016 - This is pop art, but not as you know it. Tate Modern is ready to tell a global story of pop art, breaking new ground along the way, and revealing a different side to the artistic and cultural phenomenon. See more: http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern American Pop artist; painter, lithographer and sculptor. Born in New York. Studied at the Art Students League 1939, and at Ohio State College 1940-3. War service 1943-6. Returned to Ohio State College 1946-9, and taught there until 1951. First one-man exhibition at the Carlebach Gallery, New York, 1951. Lived in Cleveland, Ohio 1951-7, painting and making a living at various odd jobs. Instructor at New York State University, Oswego, New York 1957-60, and at Rutgers University 1960-3. Painted in a non-figurative and Abstract Expressionist style 1957-61, but began latterly to incorporate loosely handled cartoon images, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck etc., in his paintings. Made a breakthrough into his characteristic work in 1961; painted pictures based on comic strip images, advertising imagery and overt adaptations of works of art by others, followed by classical ruins, paintings of canvas backs or stretchers, etc. Made land, sea, sky and moonscapes in 1964, sometimes in relief and incorporating plastics and enamelled metal. His later work includes some sculptures, mostly in polished brass, based on Art-Deco forms of the 1930s, etc. See more: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/roy-lichtenstein-1508 During the 1960s, along with Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, and James Rosenquist among others, he became a leading figure in the new art movement. His work defined the basic premise of pop art through parody. Favoring the comic strip as his main inspiration, Lichtenstein produced hard-edged, precise compositions that documented while it parodied often in a tongue-in-cheek manner. His work was heavily influenced by both popular advertising and the comic book style. He described pop art as "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting." His paintings were exhibited at the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York City. Whaam! and Drowning Girl are generally regarded as Lichtenstein's most famous works, with Oh, Jeff...I Love You, Too...But... arguably third. Drowning Girl, Whaam! and Look Mickey are regarded as his most influential works. His most celebrated image is arguably Whaam! - 1963, Tate Modern, London, one of the earliest known examples of pop art, adapted from a comic-book panel drawn by Irv Novick in a 1962 issue of DC Comics' All-American Men of War. The painting depicts a fighter aircraft firing a rocket into an enemy plane, with a red-and-yellow explosion. The cartoon style is heightened by the use of the onomatopoeic lettering "Whaam!" and the boxed caption "I pressed the fire control... and ahead of me rockets blazed through the sky..." This diptych is large in scale, measuring 1.7 x 4.0 m (5 ft 7 in x 13 ft 4 in). Whaam follows the comic strip-based themes of some of his previous paintings and is part of a body of war-themed work created between 1962 and 1964. It is one of his two notable large war-themed paintings. It was purchased by the Tate Gallery in 1966, after being exhibited at the Leo Castelli Gallery in 1963, and (now at the Tate Modern) has remained in their collection ever since. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Lichtenstein
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T/I: 10:12:03 Roy Lichtenstein's 1962 painting "Kiss II", done in the artist's early comic book style, sold for $2.5 million at auction on Wednesday (3/5) at Christies' sale of contemporary art part I. Andy Warhol's "Nine Multicolored Marilyns," fetched $585,000 dollars. Warhol's "Double Elvis" sold for 497,500-dollars. = SHOWS: NEW YORK CITY, 3/5 vs of roy lichtenstein Kiss-II auctioneer announcing bids, finally sells for 2,300,000 dollars Warhol Double Elvis sells for 497,500 dollars Warhol's Nine Multicolored Marilyns sells for 585,500-dollars 2.10 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f5ddba4d97bc29112a8b595bfe704902 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Learn how to draw a Roy Lichtenstein inspired drawing with Ramon Carrasco. Learning to draw is made fun and easy. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Keith Haring Drawing Lesson - Drawing Blindfolded Challenge" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_Y4PDc1gx0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Manicure based on the Pop art painting "M-Maybe" by Roy Lichtenstein. I have a print of this painting in my living room and so I immediately got the stamping plate when I saw the design. Hope you enjoy the video! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-Maybe Products used in this video are available as follows: MoYou stamping plate: http://www.moyou.co.uk/pro-xl-plate-collection-15.html Fab Ur Nails stamper & scraper: http://www.faburnails.com/ And as always: All products used in this video have been bought with my own money - all views and opinions are entirely my own! I hope you enjoyed the video, let me know if you did 💅 If you have any questions related to the products shown in the video, I will do my best to answer them. I really appreciate your comments and would be happy for a Thumbs up 👍👍and if you like to see more - just hit the subscribe button. .... Tata til next time 😊
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Looking for inspiration for your Halloween Makeup and costume this year? Why not try something different and go POP ART style! http://dollfacemakeupstudio.co.uk/blog/ Check out my product list and a step by step tutorial on how I created this look. Feel free to comment and please sign up to my Channel. Happy Halloween Folks!!!
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English/Nat The best of modern American art is going on show at US embassies around the world, thanks to a State Department scheme. The first print, by Pop-artist Roy Lichtenstein, was unveiled in the White House Thursday. At a White House reception, President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton were given their own copy of the newest Roy Lichtenstein work, a silk-screened swirl of musical notes in Liechtenstein's famous comic-strip style. 175 copies of the work are to be shown in US embassies around the world. After unveiling his print, the artist thanked the audience. SOUNDBITE: "I don't know what to say. I'm completely overwhelmed. Nobody screamed or got sick or anything when it was unveiled, so thank you all tremendously." SUPER CAPTION: Roy Lichtenstein - Artist The event also honoured donors who've given to Friends of Art and Preservation in Embassies, a foundation that helps the State Department exhibit American art at US embassies. SOUNDBITE: "On behalf of all of our administration and especially the people who work in America's diplomatic efforts, we are profoundly grateful for what you do. By putting American art in our embassies around the world you are a part of our public diplomacy. You expose an important part of the essence of America to people all around the world, and it couldn't happen without you." SUPER CAPTION: Bill Clinton - US President Lichtenstein has said he intended his latest print to be a happy addition to embassy walls. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/55727ba9de6ff9d3df0ce0a8bc0d86bf Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What Is Pop Art?. Part of the series: Modern Art History. Pop art developed in the late 1950s when artist Richard Hamilton created a collage that illustrated consumerism in the everyday household, and it developed into an art movement through the '60s and '70s. Discover pop art, which was pushed further by the infamous Andy Warhol, with information from an art historian, critic and curator in this free video on art. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_4755766_what-pop-art.html
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This series of videos showcases a groovy look from The Sassoon Academy’s Nu-Pop Collection. Like an imaginary meeting between Roy Lichtenstein and Edie Sedgwick, the Nu-Scene Cut and Color was inspired by the 1960’s art movement meeting up with modern day contemporary culture.
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