Roy Lichtenstein making Ben-day Dots, the hallmark of his Pop-art. The Ben-Day dots printing technique dates to 1879. and Benjamin Henry Day, Jr. Ben-day overlay sheets were made in in a variety of sizes. Roy enlarged and exaggerated them in his paintings and sculptures.
A temporary installation in a derelict space in Dalston, Urban Fog is a site specific response to a hidden pocket of empty space. transformed into a minimalist teahouse by art/architecture practice Atelier ChanChan, it’ll be serving up tea and cakes amid ghostly transparent walls – with all proceeds going towards Japanese disaster relief efforts
The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation- This painting is at the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City. Why do you think Lichtenstein painted a still life like it was a comic? What does this say about what he thinks about art?