Richard Hamilton, "Qu’est-ce qui rend nos foyers d’aujourd’hui si différents, si attirants ?", 1956 collage photographique, 26x25cm

1956 Pop art collage called 'Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?' Richard Hamilton created one of the earliest pieces labeled Pop Art. Hamilton died in

Dessiner avec des cartes collage carte routiere 02

Dessiner avec des cartes

Matthew Cusick: Red & Blue, 2010 Inlaid maps, book pages, ink, on panel 23 x 20 inches

Tom Wesselman « Still life » (nature morte) n°35, 1963 acrylique sur toile, 122x152cm / « Still life » MAÏS, n°24,  1962 peinture acrylique, objet en polymère 122.0 x 152.1 cm.

Tom Wesselmann - Still life x cm Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

⁃ Randy Mora - Recherche Google

⁃ Randy Mora - Recherche Google

peter phillips pop art - Recherche Google

‘The Entertainment Machine’, Peter Phillips, 1961

florian kuhlmann. IOFABCADI - INTERNATIONAL OFFICE FOR AESTHETIC BUSINESS CONSULTING AND DIGITAL ISSUES

florian kuhlmann. IOFABCADI - INTERNATIONAL OFFICE FOR AESTHETIC BUSINESS CONSULTING AND DIGITAL ISSUES

raoul hausmann collage - Recherche Google

Fig Raoul Hausmann The Art Critic Lithograph and photographic collage on paper support: 318 x 254 mm Purchased ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

max ernst collage - Recherche Google

The Postman Cheval (Le Facteur Cheval), 1932 Paper and fabric collage with pencil, ink, and gouache on paper, x cm

Claes Oldenburg

Claes Oldenburg ‘Lipsticks in Piccadilly Circus, London’, 1966 © Claes Oldenburg

James Rosenquist - Recherche Google

James Rosenquist - I like how the artist has manipulated this image into almost a collage style, making it possibly reference their family identity through the use of the American flag colours.

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