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Others have given quintessential Halloween characters like vampires and zombies the pop art treatment.
At DCon, 400 vendors—including Giant Robot, the Little Friends of Printmaking, and Steff Bomb—hawk collectible toys, plushies, sculptures, prints, pop art, and more.
If wild color and flights of fancy are more your speed, the Museum of Contemporary Art is currently displaying the whimsical pop art of Takashi Murakami, through September 24.
His work often mixes the modern and traditional — from hipster bow ties dotted with images of Indian chiefs to pop art paintings incorporating Native iconography.
Fanning hit the carpet wearing a bright multicolored pop art gown from Versace’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection featuring renderings of Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe painting and crystal accents at the top of the bodice.
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POP ART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pop art for English Language Learners
: art in which common objects (such as road signs, hamburgers, comic strips, or soup cans) are used or shown
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