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The Ladies of Warhol, Picasso and Lichtenstein in Real Life

Here’s model Megan Fay, appearing as Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe, with two other models dressed and painted to look like works by Pablo Picasso and Roy Lichtenstein. They were decorated this way for a Halloween event by the fashion company American Apparel. Link -via Super Punch

Keith Haring Easter Egg

Marina Galperina of Flavorwire rounded up ten sets of Easter eggs painted in the styles of popular artists, including Roy Lichtenstein, Vincent Van Gogh, Piet Mondrian, Frida Kahlo and others. I really like this one inspired by the works of the late Pop artist Keith Haring. Link | Photo: Keith Haring Foundation

Roy Lichtenstein Costume

Sarah Hoke Thomson’s brilliant Halloween costume brought a Roy Lichtenstein painting to life. The more ambitious among you should try this with Jackson Pollock paintings. Link -via Fashionably Geek

No More Naked Reading at Oxford

In a bit of controversy on campus, the Breakfast Club–a group of about 40 male and female¬†Worcester College students–get together in the library¬†on Wednesday afternoons to do group revision… with a bit of stripping. The “Half-Naked Half-Hour” began in 2009 when Breakfast Club students decided it would be fun to partially disrobe in the Oxford [...]

Art That Looks Like David Lynch’s Hair

The San Francisco based writer Jimmy Chen has put together a nice post over at the HTMLGIANT blog, where he has compared some of David Lynch’s different hairstyles with famous pieces of art, like Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh and Brush Stroke by Roy Lichtenstein. Link – via

Roy Lichtenstein-Inspired Houses

The room pictured above, by designer Jeffrey Miller, was inspired by the work of Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Erin Williamson of Design Crisis has assembled a gallery of similar interiors. Link via Fast Company | Photo: Design Crisis

Comic Book Character Costume

Image: Tasha Marie An artist from MAC Cosmetics painted a woman as a comic book character for Halloween — right down to the dot printing style of old comics books. Or, alternatively, as a figure from a Roy Lichtenstein painting. The pictures were taken by publicist and photographer Tasha Marie. You can view more at the link. Link [...]