What I like about this photo is the old mixed so perfectly with the new. It is really interesting to see how they combine so perfectly.

Scottish-born illustrator and digital artist Reilly combines pop culture, pattern and art historical references in his digital collages.

Surreal Art By Tony Futura Makes Fun Of Consumerism And Pop Culture (10+ Pics)

Surreal Art By Tony Futura Makes Fun Of Consumerism And Pop Culture (10+ Pics)

Tony Futura, a digital artist based in Berlin, creates surreal art that seems to poke fun at the materialism and pop-culture focus of modern Western life.

Surreal Art By Tony Futura Makes Fun Of Consumerism And Pop Culture (20+ Pics)

Surreal Art By Tony Futura Makes Fun Of Consumerism And Pop Culture (20+ Pics)

Toni Futura is the man of the future. Or he& just an extremely cheeky artist who does digital art manipulation.

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Introducing the OVERDRIVE SERIES& an original set of & infused prints from Signalnoise. On sale for 24 hours this Wednesday.

After 50 Years Of Drawing, I Finally Came Up With An Iconic Pop Culture Image!

After 50 Years Of Drawing, I Finally Came Up With An Iconic Pop Culture Image!

In Mexico City, an artist is displaying a caricature of Donald Trump as an alien overlord, inspired by John Carpenter’s cult b-movie classic "They Live.

have students pick 6 "pop culture" items that represent the last 10 years of their lives

Students draw 6 "pop culture" items that represent the last 10 years of their lives. Elementary or middle school art project.

Pop Icon Illustrations By Ben Chen

Pop Icon Illustrations By Ben Chen

Funny pictures about Pop Icon Illustrations By Ben Chen. Oh, and cool pics about Pop Icon Illustrations By Ben Chen. Also, Pop Icon Illustrations By Ben Chen photos.

53 Examples of Pop Art-Inspired Fashion - From Pop Culture Painted Pumps to Pop Art Knitwear (TOPLIST)

53 Examples of Pop Art-Inspired Fashion

HATTIE STEWART’S MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATIONS British artist Hattie Stewart challenges the monotony of fashion publications covers with her cheeky interpretations. She takes her love for the print world to another step by using magazine

Only say about yourself, what you would want your daughter to say about herself. <3 Break the cycle.

Stop Hating Yourself. Don't Listen To Media Bull Shit .TV Take 1 by ~VUHwex on I love this art and its message

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