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Flickriver: Most interesting photos from Edward-Weston-look-a-like-Vegetables pool
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fanatical discussion: We as B&W photographers and even those who chose to shoot Monochromatic (monotone) images, learn about, study and strive to emulate our work from famous photographers, in hopes that our own work will be in their likeness. Great photographers such as Ansel Adams for one; not that he was the greatest, but he is the one who gave vision to his work through his own style. For some of us, myself included, I prefer the work of Michael Kenna and the genius of Joe Cornish and…
Uglow, Euan, 1932–2000 | Art UK
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'Campbell's Soup I: Tomato, c.1968' Art - Andy Warhol | AllPosters.com
i have chosen Andy Warhol because i like how he uses simple compositions to make a large impression, i.e the single soup can, he uses bright colours and very little tone to make a large statement with one single picture. i also like his simplicity as it is very different to the other artists and pictures as this makes it all the more eyecatching
Andy Warhol was associated with the band The Velvet Underground and he then became their manager in 1965. This print of banana featured on the cover of the debut album of the band, titled The Velvet Underground & Nico. Warhol’s Banana became one of the most recognizable pieces of pop artwork.