Tag: Roy Lichtenstein

Is Appropriation Appropriate?

Appropriation in art is using pre-existing objects or images with little to no modification applied to them. It is the intentional borrowing, copying, and alteration of pre-existing images. When an artist appropriates images, it can result in copyright issues. One famous example is Andy Warhol, the artist behind the Campbell’s Soup painting campaign. Warhol appropriated the image and brand, Campbell’s.… Read more →