Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Wednesday June 25th, 2008 - Miss Doodle revisits the Pop - Art

Miss Doodle and her secretary have more and more fun exploring Andy Warhol's universe.
So much inspiration is just amazing...

Homage to A.W. N°4

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Andrea and Kim said...

Oh, you have done your own prints! How great! I love this idea and how Warhol of you!

Miss Doodle, you and your secretary absolutely ROCK!


Marion L. said...

Les versions verte émeraude et vert tendre me plaisent beaucoup!

sukipoet said...

Ohh I love these prints and esp the blot of green ink on the side. Miss Doodle's pose is pretty cool too. Can you see a piece of fabric printed up with this???

Unknown said...

Kim, yes with linoleum and a cutter and etching colours, diluted with oil, always nice to make a mess on one's table:)
(the print is tiny, 5x5 cms only)

Unknown said...

Super Marion:) oui moi aussi j'adore le vert, dans toutes ses états!
la secrétaire;)

Unknown said...

Suki, thanks so much for thinking this, I had a sudden vision too this morning, seeing this on a t-shirt, just square as it is.

And the blotches! I guess I wasn't able to work "clean" yesterday morning, splotching oil and paint around...:) But finally I like those accidents too a lot:)


Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Oh this is marvelous. I can see material printed up with this. How fun. How did you do it? Oh I guess you said how. will have to come and look better later. :)

Peter J. Crowley said...

Grand work. Andy was so ahead of his time. "Everyone will have fifteen minutes of fame" Think MySpace except now the 15 minutes is down to eight due to commercials. LOL enjoy pjc

Unknown said...

Oh///this is wonderful!

you are wonderful!
I am happy to hear that you are feeling inspired!

Sylvia C.

marianne said...

Miss Doodle à la Warhol. Cool!
Yes would be nice on a t-shirt!

Paula In Pinetop said...

These are very cool. I'm a customer already.

Lynn Cohen said...

Andrea this is so beautiful.
You are talented in so many different forms and ways.
I love what you have done here.

Oh how funny Suki said that, I wondered if it WAS on fabric?
Guess that is how my mind works now. ;-)