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There is always opportunity for creativity as long as we don’t stop ‘imaging things‘. I actually love a lot of nice installations that reverse public’s perceptions through provocative imagery. Most often or not, these visual works tend to create something out of another. Like in this case, Irish graffiti artist,  Maser, transformed a gas station in Limerick City, Ireland into a beautiful art installation. Are you fond of huge art installations? This might just be your thing. He called it No.27 – A Nod to Ed Ruscha. It is very much an inspiration from pop artist Ed Rushca. It is pretty awesome I would say. For people who indulge and immerse in an artistic environment, they would definitely not miss this one. As much as I love activation and outdoor creative work, this really looks pretty amazing. Looks like this might be an idea for some creative campaign. Hmmm….

Maser said, “My work often boldly juxtaposes old and new, past and present in the architectural elements, the visual grammar and choice of pallet. I hope to create work that surprises people and questions their relationship with the familiar and the norm and also how dissociated we are from the space around us.” 

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I have always been a great fan of america’s rich art history. Where pop art is concerned, many of us would naturally relate back to art icons and legends like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Here at Pop Art Design, at the Barbican Art Gallery, London EC2, on the 22th October onwards, there would be an exhibition which explores ways where we see the different ideas and works of pop artists. Check them out.

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Famous artists and their work remains an icon for their era as well as a memory that is forever being remembered. We all know pop art when we see one. Through it’s colorful vibrant palette, the interesting mix of repeated patterns, pop art movement remains in the hearts of many. With that, we can never forget one of the most notable artist of the pop art movement, Andy Warhol. Sparkling water brand Perrier celebrates its 150 anniversary with works based on the legendary artist. Andy Warhol created 40 silk screen prints for Perrier’s iconic bottles and now Perrier would release a limited edition range of four Perrier labels each with designs truly inspired by Andy Warhol’s color palettes.

To make the entire campaign even more engaging, the company is also offering everyone a chance to win themselves an original art piece from the legend himself. A piece of Andy Warhol’s ‘Space Fruit: Lemons’ can be won by entering this site. You can also get to enjoy some of his notable works. Any man would die, but a great brand never perishes.