Color Pop

Color Pop

@dooleydooleywoahh as a color pop princess.💙💛
Fantastic jagua henna by Sarahenna
Dress from Se•lyn Boutique & Crystal Shoppe

Patreon:
www.patreon.com/sophieerotica

Posted by Sophie.Dituri on 2017-07-20 03:30:38

Tagged: , color , pop , art , artist , beauty , fashion , light , natural , colors , sophie , koryn , blue , hair , dress , sophiekoryn , rachel , dooley , wig , female , body

Pop Art in Harvard Square – with Chris Galo



Boston street artist Chris Galo sets up shop every summer in Harvard Square, Cambridge. A trained artist and charming salesman, Chris is well-known for his creative and comic pop art interpretations of famous museum pieces, like Whistler’s Mother, Girl with the Pearl Earring and Mona Lisa.

Incorporating pop culture characters like E.T., C-3PO, R2-D2, Pokémon and Seinfeld’s Kramer, his clever canvases attract locals and tourists alike and can be found hanging in homes all over the world.

Photography by Michael Van Devere. Fabular Films 2015.

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisGaloArt/

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United State of Art

United State of Art

United State of Art – an image of the US Flag I created blending superimposed images of flags (including actual photographs, paintings by great artists, and pop icons all blended together to make the source flag). Then this mosaic, or photomosaic, was created using 3000 Digital artworks from my Flickr friends and members of the Visual Mashups group. Most of the tile images are beautiful blends, mosaics, photomosaics, collages, fractals, and even quilts!

To celebrate the Fourth of July and the addition of the 3000th artwork to the Visual Mashups pool of composite, blended, and mosaic art.

Named after DJ Earworm’s pop music mashup United State of Pop:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLaZ-8IMtt0&feature=related

(Seriously, do yourself a favor and take the 4 minutes it takes to watch the video and hear this mashup. In 4 minutes you’ll learn more about pop music in 2008 than you’d probably ever need to know!)

(If you do, please write to me and tell me your thoughts. Thanks!)

In celebration of 3 months of Visual Mashups, 300 members, and 3000 images. This image contains the first 3025 images in the Visual Mashups pool, exactly. Congratulations for being such a great group!

Be sure to check out the large size of this fotomosaic (or photo-mosaic):

www.flickr.com/photos/qthomasbower/3658781959/sizes/l/

and the original size:

www.flickr.com/photos/qthomasbower/3658781959/sizes/o/

Zoom in and enjoy the Composite Blend of Visual Mashups – I mean the UNITED STATE OF ART !!!

Cheers,

QThomaBower

Posted by qthomasbower on 2009-06-25 07:23:10

Tagged: , visual , mashup , visualmashups , unitedstateofart , unitedstateofpop , flag , starspangledbanner , oldglory , starsandstripes , blends , mosaics , collages , montages , state , united , art , unitedstates , usa , redwhiteandblue , red , white , blue , stars , stripes , modernart , wallpaper , desktop , qtbowerpbsangaroon , mosaic , photomosaic , composite , photomosaics , fractals , fractal , fractal mosaic

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Posted by Pascal Rey Photographies on 2017-07-17 15:40:26

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Marilyn Monroe PopArt Tutorial



I am a 14 year old artist.
Follow my instagram for more: @arting_em
Song: Fidelity – Regina Spektor

Just A little shoutout to my lovely instagram followers who have supported me and my work. 🙂

Please feel free to request!

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Pop Art Drawing – GARFIELD [BLEEBO ART]



Pop Art Drawing – GARFIELD [BLEEBO ART]

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GARFIELD
Style: Pop Art
Size : 8.25in x 8.25in
Total Time: approx. 1 hrs 34 mins
Graphic Pencil & PrismaColor Markers

OTHER DISNEY SERIES Pieces:
#1 Peter Pan & Flit

#2 Snow White and TinkerBell

#3 Carl Fredricksen from UP

#4 Pluto

#5 Smee

#6 Evil Queen/Wicked Witch

OTHER POP ART Piece:
SPIDERMAN

BATMAN

WOODY WOODPECKER

MARIO

LEONARDO

HOMER SIMPSON

HULK

BART SIMPSON as BARTMAN

PRINCESS PEACH

SUPERMAN

DAFFY DUCK

FRED FLINSTONE

POPEYE

YODA

Wonder Woman

YOUTUBERS:
JESSE wELLENS of PRANKvsPRANK

ROCKTARD

CELEBRITIES:
KOBE BRYANT

Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games

Harry Potter Trio

Kate

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MUSIC
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Royalty Free Music from:
http://incompetech.com

Dan O’Connor a.k.a Dan-O
Owner and Music Producer
DanoSongs.com

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YOUTUBE:
http://youtube.com/bleebo
TWITTER:

DAILYBOOTH:
http://dailybooth.com/bleebo
TUMBLR:
http://itzjed.tumblr.com/
Buy a SHIRT:
http://bleebo.spreadshirt.com

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How to Create Pop Art Poster in Photoshop



This tutorial is going to show you how to create a pop art poster in Photoshop.

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In this tutorial you are going to learn how to create some cool pop art in Photoshop.

Step # 1 — Separating the Subject from the Background

First of all you need to have Photoshop open with the image that you want to use loaded. You are going to need to select just the subject of the image, you can use your preferred selection tool to do this, here was are using the magnetic lasso tool. Once you have made the selection, right click on it and click “Layer via copy”.

Step # 2 — Adjusting the Threshold of the Image

In the layers panel click the background layer then click the “Create new fill or adjustment layer” icon below this. In the menu that appears click “Solid Color” and in the dialog box that appears select a color for your background and click “OK”. Now click on the layer that contains the subject (in this example “Layer 1”) and click “Image” in the main menu, navigate to “Adjustments” and click “Threshold”. Use the graph slider that appears to change the image so that only some detail remains, go for a similar level to what you can see here.

Step # 3 — Selecting a part of the Image to Color

Now we are going to focus on coloring some parts of the image. Let’s start with the hair by selecting the lasso tool from the menu on the left and drawing around it. Right click on it and click “Layer via copy”. You can see that a new layers appears in the panel on the right, hold down “Alt” on the keyboard then click and hold on the “Create new fill or adjustment layer” icon and continue holding down the mouse click and then release it over “Solid color”.

Step # 4 — Adding Details and Color

Check the “Use previous layer to create clipping mask” box and click “OK”. Select a color for the hair in the next box and click “OK”. Now, in the layers window click in the drop down box that reads “Normal” and select “Multiply”. The detail from the layer will come through. Essentially you are now going to need to color other items in the image in the same way to give it a pop art effect — we are going to speed up the video to show you this now and that is how to create pop art in Photoshop.

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Technodrome1: The Digital Pop Artist Taking Over the Internet And the Art Scene I Sharpmen.com



Technodrome1 art is now available on http://sharpmen.com Technodrome1 is a Digital Pop Artist whose unique art has gone viral on the internet and captured the hearts of thousands. Technodrome1’s unique combination of Acid style & Popular figures creates an end result that not only resonates with popular culture but also builds a universe that every soul craves to discover. A couple of his illustrations have been published and his work has already been showed in a Paris show. Now witness Technodrome1’s world expand from his original home of NJ to the Brooklyn Art scene and now the World.

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