Giant paper cup, pop-art style
In the era of Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein set himself apart through parody and comic-strip style imagery. While much of Lichtenstein's work involved bright primary colors, he's also known for monochrome paintings that illustrate common objects. Earlier in the month, Mod designer Lisa Perry threw a party in honor of the Barneys/Roy Lichtenstein Foundation/Art Production Fund collaboration. She currently carries several tribute pieces inspired by Lichtenstein's designs.
Lisa Perry incorporates Lichtenstein's art in her own! [Photo credit: www.isaperrystyle.com]
Dishes, Based on Roy Lichtenstein's Dishes (1966)