• The Founder Of Pop Art Andy Warhol
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    The Founder of Pop Art: Andy Warhol Andy Warhol is the god father of Pop Art. His window advertisements were the beginning of an era where art would be seen in an array of forms away from the traditional paintings and sculptures of the old world. His love of bright colors and bold patters along with his quirky personality paved the way for his successful career as a major figure in the pop art movement. Warhol was born in 1930, in the town of McKeesport, Pennsylvania. His parents were Czech immi...
  • Pop Art Warhol Andy Artist
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    I am going to do my personal study on Andy Warhol one of the most influential artist on the Pop Art movement. I hope to produce a realistic and correct account of his life and will be investigating his obsession with fame and money and whether he was in the art world for the money. No other artist is as much identified with Pop Art as Andy Warhol. The media called him the Prince of Pop. Warhol made his way from a Pittsburgh working class family to an American legend. Andy Warhol the American art...
  • Pop Art Warhol Work Culture
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    Kings County, Calif. West Hills Community College POP ART Art Appreciation 52 CONTENTS. POP ART 4 II. ANDY WARHOL 5 III. DAVID HOCKNEY 7 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 1. Illustration 1: Roy Lichtenstein, Wham m! , Cover 2. Illustration 2: Andy Warhol, Campbell Soup Can 63. Illustration 3 David Hockney, A Bigger Splash 7 POP ART Art in which everyday objects and subjects are depicted with the flat naturalism of advertising or comic strips. 1. Pop Art, visual arts movement of the 1950 s and 1960 s, princ...
  • The Aesthetics Of Pop Music
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    "It All Sounds The Same These Days!" In just about every home in America at just about any given time the words: "It all sounds the same these days!" is uttered to a teenage child, while the mother is screaming "Turn it down!" in the background. The teenager storms to his bedroom and turns the radio up to full volume and thinks, "They just don't get it!" Then proceeds to dance around the room singing into the hairbrush. This is the pleasure principal of pop music. Whether accredited to innocence...
  • Pop Culture People Show Icon
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    The Essence of Pop Culture Essay written by T Talk about Pop Music, Talk about Pop Music was one of the most catchy phrases of the 1980 s. Just as in the 80 s, today we see many characteristics of pop culture effecting our lives. But, what is pop culture I spent some time online trying to answer my question and time after time I was led to the same direction: pop culture is what we see, hear, speak, and are otherwise exposed to on a daily basis. The infomercials we see late on television, the bi...
  • Adware Web Computer Pop
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    ADWARE Adware is any software application in which advertising banners are displayed while the program is running. The creators of these applications include an additional code that delivers ads that can be view through pop up windows or a bar that appears on your computer screen. The way to detect if you may have adware on your computer is to see if you have the following symptoms. First, you will get constant web pages advertising goods that pop up when you! |re on the internet and even when y...
  • Rock Pop Music Record Artists
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    What has the power to make you get up and move, to both inspire you and enrage you? Rock, rap, "pop", country, and blues are all forms of this phenomenon we call music. Music has been a part of each and everyone of our lives. How often have you heard a song and it brought you back to a place in your past, or reminded you of someone? Chances are you were listening to music that fell into one of the two most popular categories, rock or pop. Both rock and pop can be considered movements in society,...
  • Pop Protocol Server Message State
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    Network Working Group J. Myers Request for Comments: 1725 Carnegie Mellon Obsoletes: 1460 M. Rose Category: Standards Track Dover Beach Consulting, Inc. November 1994 Post Office Protocol - Version 3 Status of this Memo This document specifies an Internet standards track protocol for the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions for improvements. Please refer to the current edition of the "Internet Official Protocol Standards" (STD 1) for the standardization state and status of...
  • Sister Corita Kent Art Pop One
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    CORITA KENT By John Kelleher 12/14/00 American Pop Art was born of the newly found self-confidence with which American art had asserted itself. The subject matter which provided the initial impulse was the cultural concept of Americanism itself: the idea of progress, the media industry sensation, and the relative boom of stardom and cultural icons in Hollywood. The birth place of these new phenomena seems to have its roots in the city of New York, the so called cultural center of the USA. In the...
  • Jackson Petifile Pop Star
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    At a young age, a boy by the name of Michael Joseph Jackson becomes a mega pop star. With his afro, short stature, and big brown eyes, Michael's talent at singing makes clouds scream his name and the people of the world cannot get enough of him. Although he loves his talent, his career as an artist deters him from finishing grade school. Being away from his childhood friends, and on tour all the time, Michel is left without a childhood until he feels the need to regain it later on his life. Afte...
  • Roy Game Pop Baseball
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    Bernard Malamud relates a story of a baseball player, Roy Hobbs, who went from a small farm to the big city life to play baseball in The Natural. The story creates a contrast between the evils of the city and the purity of the countryside. Roy begins the story on a train heading to Chicago and immediately falls into trouble with the new city life. He defeats a baseball giant, The Whammer and instantly has the fame of a major league baseball player. In his glory, he charms a woman, Harriet Bird,...
  • Pop Machine Back One Looked
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    Creative Story: One Strange Trip Jeff Eber sole 4/16/97 D 3 2 nd hour One day while lost in the vast woodlands of Scotland, I came upon a pop machine, I had no money, and because of my strong moral values, I felt I could not force it open with a stick or break it with a rock, because that was wrong. As I sat there leaning against it, I pondered how I could get a refreshing can of pop. I got up and looked around to find a coin or a bill that someone might have left or lost. After five or six hour...
  • Alternative Pop Rock Music Country Rap
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    Music in the nineties can be simply described as diverse. Diverse meaning that music has been segregated into hundreds of groups. This report will refer in detail to three genres of music: Alternative Country, Rap, Alternative Rock. It will also cover certain aspects indicative of the 90's. Alternative Country Music In 1990, a band called Uncle Tupelo from Belleville, Illinois, released their debut album. Titled No Depression, it featured a rough mixture of punk-rock songs, but it also added som...
  • Pop Art Movement Artists Popular Artist
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    The movement of Popular Art is more commonly known as the Pop Art Movement. This movement began in the late 1950 s and continued to flourish in the 1960 s and 1970 s. The artists of this movement took common goods such as celebrities, media images and icons and transformed them into works of art. Pop Art developed primarily in the United States and Britain. In the U. S. the art of this movement was linked to the wealth and prosperity of the post World War II era. Artist Richard Hamilton's famou...
  • Pop Art A New Art Movement
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    POP ART: A NEW ART MOVEMENT Pop Art is an art movement that appeared in the fifties as a reaction against "Abstract Expressionism" (considered as an accepted style). It referred to some artists' interest in the images of mass media, advertising, comics, and consumer products. Pop Art brought art back to materiality and popular culture as it eliminated the difference between good and bad taste, and fine art and commercial art techniques (Pop Art 07/12/2002). Lawrence Alloway first used the term P...
  • Country's Latest Rock Star
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    After discussing the beginnings of country rock and its' latest incarnation, the newest crossover into pop music warrants conversation. Tim McGraw is the latest country rock singer to combine the southern feel with an upbeat tempo to reinvent himself again. McGraw's musical talent and exceptional ability to win over an audience exhibit the recent growth of country rock. With the pop music industry growing and his wife's success crossing into the pop culture, Tim McGraw reinvented his country sty...
  • Mainstream Music Pop Song Groups
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    A line of people forms out in the cold. The tired, weary masses huddle together. All have one singular goal on their mind. All are infused with fanatical fervor. All share a common yearning. The door swings open, and at last the new N Sync CD is available to a slew of young girls. This is not an uncommon occurrence. The marketing of "music" often does have this effect on impressionable minds. Unfortunately, decent music has not become apparent to the mainstream for over ten years. I intend to p...
  • Different Pop Up Card Mechanisms And How They Work
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    POP-UP CARD MECHANISMS (1) V-FOLD MECHANISMS V-folding mechanisms are very popular and are simple to make. To make the pop-up section, add tabs to a rectangular piece of card. Glue the tabs to the backing card but remember that the angle must be chosen carefully. Draw the angle of bend on the card first before gluing the pop- up piece to it. HOW AN INTERNAL STAND MECHANISM WORKS Interesting pop-up designs can be produced by making two cuts to a backing card and bending the card inwards so that ...
  • Pop Art Artists Movement World
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    PREFACE: Art during the mid-twentieth century contained some of the most important changes art history. These explosive times were counter-balanced with explosive popular culture. More historical events, abrupt changes, and turbulence occurred from the end of World War II until the height of the Vietnam War than in any time period. Before this time, styles of art had lasted generations. In the 1960's numerous important art movements were happening at the same time. There were variations on vari...
  • Andy Warhol Father Of Pop
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    Andy Warhol: The Father of Pop Art Andy Warhol has spewed forth in many examples of the modern style that is known as "Pop art,' in various mediums -spanning from silkscreen to a cable network. Not only has Warhol greatly contributed to this revolutionary style, but also in many ways, he has created it. Andy Warhol's style was certainly part of the select first that were even labeled as "Pop.' Warhol had also used the media, which captured his eccentricities, to his advantage and that aided in p...