My portrait isn’t like any pop art portrait. I tried to combine all aspects of my knowledge of visual merchandising into one art piece. For example, I tried to incorporate cubism. I had a lot of fun completing this project, minus the few times of frustration.
This is my inspiration for the week because this week I’ve been working on my pop art portrait and I’ve been having some trouble trying to get my image on paper. I’m trying to make it abstract but it isn’t coming out the way I want to. So this week, I’m making Marilyn Monroe’s pop art image my inspiration.
You can tell the displays in Italy are different to those of the United States. The style of the imagination and creativity takes a while to get use to in this display because the Tommy Hilfiger displays in New York are so much more warm, simple, elegant, etc. Personally I like this one better because the creativity goes outside of the box.