What is pop art? Pop art is a style of art based on simple, bold images of everyday items, such as soup cans, painted in bright colors. Pop art is an art movement emerged in the 1950s and flourished in the 1960s in American and Britain.
Why is the artist’s work considered Pop Art? Richard Hamiltons art work is considered pop art cause he was one of the earliest progenitors of Pop Art and follows that criteria.
Describe some of this artists work? His art is popular, transient, expendable, low-cost, mass- produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky, glamorous, and Big Business.
Why did you pick this artist and why do you like his/her work? I chose him cause he uses different styles to everything.
A career I chose was a professional career as an art Director.
As a an art director you typically oversee the work of other designers and artists who produce images for television, film, live, performances, advertisements, or video games. They determine what photographs, art, or other design element’s to use.
The average art director salary in california is $157,470
What interested me this career is the money and how you are your own boss too.
For education you will need to have a bachlor of fine arts or Bacheor of arts degree. Skills you will need is creativity and leadership
I like all these three National graphic magazines cause they are giving different messages. They all mean something different. They all tell a story different which makes them beautifully the way they are. The colors and subjects are what caught my attention.
ALAN KURDI. NILUFER DEMIR,2015 The story behind this photo is the Syria war had been going on for more than four years. So Alan Kurdis parents tried saving the kid by pushing them off shoer with his brother. They end up all being dead due to waves strong. Later they found Alan on near the water lied flat dead. The photographer thought that its the only way they can express the scream of his silent body. I selected this photograph cause it brought attention to me, as the light boy was laying down dead looking, sadden me.
V-J DAY IN TIMES SQUARE, ALFRED EISENSTAEDT,1945 Behind this photograph the photographer wanted to find a loving storytelling moment after world war ll searching for subjects and thats when they found a sailor in front of him grabbed hold of a nurse, titled her back and kissed her. I selected this photograph cause it has a huge image onto new generation, how such a loving moment can be captured, them seeing the eyes through the 19st century.