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Andy warhol

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Kaleagh Campbell

on 12 June 2017

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Transcript of Andy warhol

Life, death, and in between
Andy was born on August sixth 1928 in Pittsburgh. He faced a near-death experience on June third 1968. He was shot by well known musician Valerie Solanas. He was 40 years old. He later died February 22nd 1987 due to a gallbladder surgery complication.
Famous Works
Other Stuff I Haven't Mentioned
He created his own magazine called "Interview Magazine"
Life Timeline
August 6th 1928: Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

1960s: He created a series of iconic American images and objects.

June 3rd 1968: Warhol was shot by Valerie Solanas nearly killing him.

1970s: Andy produced works for Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Diana Boss and others.

1979: Andy Warhol founded the New York Academy of Art.

February 22nd 1987: He died due to gallbladder surgery complication.


I'll save you from the math. He was almost 58 years old.
Andy Warhol
Who is Andy Warhol?
Andy was an artist who used many different medias. He was a painter, a printer, drawer, filmmaker, photographer and a sculptor. His studio was called The Factory, and it was a meeting place for celebrities.
Campbell Soup Cans
Gold Marilyn Monroe
Silver Car Crash
You may not have known about Andy Warhol himself as the man he was, but chances are, that you have seen similar concepts before. For example, you may have seen Campbell Soup Cans before, or seen a similar idea like the narwhals in my locker.
Notice the differences. Poses, facial expressions, lack of clothing... What else can you spot?
Have you heard of him before?
Emotions in his Art

As you see in his Marilyn Monroe, he seemed energetic. You may also see the dark outlines.

He also suffered from nervous breakdowns in his teenage years.
The Campbell's Soup Can has a bit of repetition. I don't know if this signifies anything, but it could signify a need for order and continuity.
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