Cause pop art is actually referencing the things people at that time were mostly focusing in and it some sort related to them. As what Andy Warhol put it:” Everything is Art.” Roy Lichtenstein’s critics said he was a plagiarist, not an artist. For example ,one of his artwork “Whaam!”. The original artist was the American comic-book illustrator Irv Novick. Lichtenstein transformed Novicik drawings, he simplify and unify the images.
Andy Warhol is one of the most leverage and influential figures of Pop Art and culture, in which proofs that more than twenty years after his death, he is still considered to be one of the minority of being fictitious and greatest of Pop Art Artists. Warhol’s journey and his work inspired and still inspire many creative artists and thinkers around the world. This is due his enduring imagery, along with his art cultivated celebrity, and the constant research of different scholars. His impact as an artist is way deeper and greater than his one prescient observation that states, “everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes.” – Andy Warhol’s tremendous curiosity resulted in an enormous body work that he spent and spanned on every available medium and techniques, along with the most important contribution to the collapse of boundaries between high and low culture. (Varnedoe, et al , 2001, p.10) Andy Warhol was born on August 6, 1928, at Pennsylvania/ Pittsburgh, and died on February 22, 1987, in New York.
He won the esteemed Turner Prize in the year 1995. Even though his career was flourishing, but he too faced some hurdles, especially when he sought to bring rotting cattle for an exhibition in the New York City in the 1995, but was stopped by the health authorities of the city. The following year, Hirst received warm welcome during his a show at the Gagosian Gallery in New York. Hirst is an artist of distinct interest. In addition to working on glass tank displays, he has also created paintings and sculptures.
This artwork was a piece made by the American artist Andy Warhol. It was a part of a collection called Campbell’s soup cans and was made in 1962.the artwork consists of 32 paintings put together. This artwork became so popular mainly because pop art was becoming popular and Andy Warhol took control of it. He chose Campbell’s soup because he needed a new subject after he abandoned comic strips. He also chose it because it was simple and easy.
“He raised her, and smiled with such kindness and affection that I felt sensations of a peculiar and overpowering nature”(Mary Shelley pg 75). , “What chiefly struck me was the gentle manners of these people and i longed to join them”(Mary Shelley pg 77). And the final quote “when they were unhappy, I felt depressed; when they rejoiced, i sympathised in their joys.” (Mary Shelley pg 79). The creature is experiencing something nice for the first time in his life and wants more of this feeling. The De Lacye family is one of the few things that have brought joy to the Creature, but he knows that the way he looks is stopping him from this because the De Lacye family will judge him by the way he looks.
Furthermore, Paul describes wealth and poverty as the “secret of being well-fed and of going hungry” (159). Not many people would see this secret as a blessing, but a burden. However, Paul realizes that each of these experiences will allow him to rejoice
He has a mind that taken over the heart in every decision he makes dealing with love and proffesion . his sense of decency no longer exists and his inquiries in the spiritual world are considered disturbing . he states not to work on superscientific discoveris of potion that would give the drinker an eternal life and turning any kind of base metal into precious metal like gold , he also believes that he is cabaple of proiducing a human beign from nothing . he came up with a poison that can kill a human instantly. According to his journalls all of them stand short in froint of his tall ambition of exercising a godlike control on life.
DADAISM Dadaism or Dada was a form of artistic movement born out of disgust and hate for the social, political and cultural values of that time. It embraced elements of art, music, poetry, theatre, dance and politics. Dada was not so much a style of art like Cubism or Fauvism or pop art; it was more a protest movement with an anti-establishment manifesto. Art movements are usually named by critics but Dada was the only movement to be named by the artists themselves.. When Hans Richter joined the group in 1917, he assumed that 'Da-Da' was taken from the Slavonic language of Tzara and Janco and meant 'Yes-Yes' - an enthusiastic and positive affirmation of life and even In Russian dada means yes yes.
Andy Warhol is well-known for his unique way of print making, painting and photography, he is known for his dominant paintings that have so much color in it , however before Andy Warhol became so legendary in the Pop Art world in 1960s, he was very successful in magazine and advertisement illustrating. He was mostly involved with a variety of different art methods, such as, video installations, writing, photography, and filmmaking and also in performance art. He began working as a commercial artist, which lead him to fame and him becoming the most famous commercial artist during that time. In 1961, he started to show more interest in Pop Culture, he started to focus on paintings more and began to produce a lot of massive commercial paintings with really bright
A wanderer who could convince you of—or sell you-- anything from a newspaper subscription to a toilet bowl—or a magical book to change how your children saw the world. But the reason he could sell it to you, was because he was always the first to believe in the transformative powers to improve the world and ourselves. When we were in Dr. Cline’s AP English class in senior year, Mike was so excited about archetypes. Oedipus, The Once and Future King, Moby Dick. He got into it.
The company that he has made has now become known everywhere because of his skills as business man and an entrepreneur. The book that Treutt Cathy wrote, well the book that I read gave magnificent info on how he started and what he went through while improving the company. His story seemed very different but inspiring in a way for me to push myself to get what it is I want in life and that’s probably how other people felt once they have read this book. Truett Cathy inspired others and became known for his chicken restaurants around the world and his way with people he is remembered as one of many great business starters in the
He made so much money with his paper route that he eventually became the “breadwinner” of the house. At the start of World War II, Truett and his brother served in the army and when they returned in 1946, he furthered his dream in business by opening a small restaurant named the Dwarf Grill. Once the business aspect of his life was doing well he decided to focus a little more on his love life.
FDR described freedom from want as an, “economic understanding which will secure to every nation a healthy peacetime life for its inhabitant anywhere in the world.” President Roosevelt’s State of the Union Address was so powerful it inspired artist Norman Rockwell to create a seris of four oil paintings that demonstrated what he belived the four freedoms meant. In March 1943, the freedom from want painting was published in The Saturday Evening Post. These painting are still recognized around the world today. But as the years went on and times have changed parodies from the classic Freedom From Want painting have emerged, altering the painting to conform to current generations. Posing the question, has the idea of freedom from want changed throughout the years?
The United States cut off trade with Cuba because of fear. Britain cut off our trades with all parts of the world because of greed. I think if the founding fathers were to return to find this mess, they would be outraged, because this is what they worked so hard for. They worked to get America free and striving and repeating the same history patterns 200 years later defeats the purpose of what they fought for. They fought through King George III and the American Revolution and this is how we repay them?
Montag’s search for justice is him looking for knowledge that the government is trying to destroy and replace with simpler forms of entertainment such as TV. "’So now do you see why books are hated and feared? They show the pores in the face of life. The comfortable people want only wax moon faces, poreless, hairless, expressionless (85).’" People have gotten so politically correct that they would rather get rid of all different ideas than learn to understand and accept them. This laziness to deal with others lead to the government to destroy the ideas of different thinkers than what is considered normal to them.