Frederico Valim is an Andy Warhol-Inspired Brazilian Artist

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Jan 1, 2010 • References: fredvalim.daportfolio & coroflot
Andy Warhol was the king of Pop Art (as opposed to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson). Now that his time has passed, however, it’s time for his followers to rise up. One hopeful is Brazilian artist Frederico Valim. Check out some of Valim’s portfolio in the gallery above.

Frederico Valim uses bright colors and cartoonish personifications to convey different messages, true to the pop art tradition. Based on the ‘Peace’ and ‘Love’ messages, however, Valim is a bit more of a humanitarian than Warhol, who eschewed a meaningful message behind his art. Stats for Powerful Pop Art Trending: Older & Mild
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