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The pop art of Martin Kreloff

Martin Kreloff is a second generation pop artist living and working in Las Vegas. His work features iconic stars of Hollywood and Broadway juxtaposed with traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e art. Much … Read more

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Sea Monkey Soup

Popaganda artist, and occasional Lost At E Minor contributor, Ron English, has a simple message for us all: ‘Tuna recall? Stock up on Sea Monkey Soup!’ Indeed.

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The Atomic Ghost

Brazilian-based graphic designer Rafael Castilho (aka Atomic Ghost) seamlessly pastes up and blends images of motorcycle gangs to zombies and grizzly bears to create highly iconographic productions inspired by the … Read more

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Ryan Riss

Ryan Riss, aka Craptical, is firmly rooted in the grotesque school of pop art, drawing heavily from horror comics, drug culture imagery, and the work of Ed ‘Big Daddy’ Roth. … Read more

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Norman Saunders

Norman Saunders was one of the most celebrated pulp artists of the ’30s, ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s, with his images adorning the covers of thousands of comic books, dimestore paperbacks, … Read more

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Mike Bertino

I’m really enjoying the beautiful work of artist Mike Bertino. Each piece is like ten stories crammed full of pop references and then wedged cheek-to-cheek into one glorious, colorful piece … Read more

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Ryan Heshka

I just adore the retro, colorful paintings of Vancouver illustrator Ryan Heshka. Teeming with curvacious bombshells and sci-fi monsters running amok, Heshka most certainly has the retro B-movie aesthetic down … Read more

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Antonio de Pascale

Antonio de Pascale is somewhat of a modern pop artist. He recreates familiar supermarket packaging with highly detailed illustrative narratives.

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