warhol art Andy Warhol was an ethnic Slovak, born and brought up by Russian parents in Pittsburgh US. Warhol is noted for his valuable contributions in the breakthrough of artwork from the galleries to regular on-art things like, the Soup May or the Vinyl Records. His glorification of the Kitsch and mundane was the beginning of the Pop Art Movement in America, which broke the barriers of elitist art and made imagination an accessible part of day to day living for everybody. If now the Kitsch is in fashion, Lichtenstein and Warhol are not any tiny reasons to it. They both are the Marx & Engel mix of Commercial Art. Andy Warhol is known as a commercial artist. His true claim to fame however, is his successful effort at giving innovative respectability to Visual Art in mass produced commercial products. Warhol began his career, designing Vinyl Record Covers.

 His demonstration of Pop Art in the form of Campbell Soup Cans in New York, paved way for the glorification of this until then failed area of product design. Often considered the crass bread butter cousin of savant grade art, Andy helped the industrial art leap from Soapbox Covers, Soup Cans, Plastic Packing, and Promotion, into a respectable bona fide art form. His visually in your face images became the iconic remainders of Capitalism and Andy Warhol defiantly worshiped the Gods of Capitalism through these images. Warhol’s motivation of the Capitalist worship was his fundamental and company idea that mass production is the best leveler in the modern society. Andy Warhol often elucidated the fact theta Coke Can the President enjoys is like the one the bum on the street does. Hence, the Coke Can happens to be an ultimate object of art.

Andy Warhol steadily worked to develop a specific style of work, clearly different from Roy and other fantastic players of Pop Art. Working on the topics he loved and dealt with in regular, Andy Warhol transformed the items of everyday use, street objects, and tools to simplified yet complex pieces of art. Warhol would work diligently on those normal items to give andy warhol endangered species them a brand new, exclusive look. The first reaction on seeing a Warhol work is a standard pleasant and surprised exclamation. Quintessentially brought up on a steady dose of an excellent American dream, Andy Warhol dabbled often successfully in novels, movies, and philanthropy. He would frequently make rules and then break them with impudence. Andy Warhol did everything the prim and proper Parisian Artists abhorred. He left Silkscreen Prints of Paintings and mass-produced them. He made simple sketches and sold them at exorbitant rates. Moreover, he had been a Closet Homosexual who was also an Orthodox Christian.