Pop Art Days 2012 Pays Homage to This Century's Most Iconic Artist

 - Mar 22, 2012
References: marussiac
Initially created in 2010 to celebrate the birthday of Andy Warhol, this creative project continues on with the release of Pop Art Days 2012. The main motive of the project was to create a team of artistic, iconic and outstanding well-wishers on Andy Warhol's birthday depicted in art form. The first event in 2010 was directly linked to an exhibition of Andy Warhol and Julia from the collections of the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.

This year, the concept has changed to include 'Pop Troopers,' falling in line with the theme of pop iconography. Many more additions have been made to Pop Art Days 2012, ensuring that Andy Warhol's life and work does not go unnoticed generation after generation.