Artists that Use Words
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One of my favorite pieces.

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An Advertisement for Football using Pop imagery based on Roy Liechtenstein


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edward-ruschas-ripe.jpgEd Ruscha Has used words and print in his art since the beginning of his career. He was generally thought of as a Pop Artist.
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Robert Indiana
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The above two works are by Peter Blakely. He is a Pop Artist from England. he was one of the originators of the style.
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Peter Max

Below is James Rosenquist. Je started as a sign painter then found is calling so to speak. The first image is a collage, his sketch or thumbnail.
Below that is the painting done from the collage.
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Below, as a reaction to and a compromise with Abstraction, Jasper Johns looked to Pop Art and his interest in Paint. HE simplified his use of words as an image by using stenciled letters. These therefore had no affiliation with any culture except a non describe culture of industrialization.
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More Robert Indiana. The love piece is his most famous. Because it was never copyrighted he never received any moneys from it's use.
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I just liked the humour in this.