The Post Pop Art Man

Homage To Lichtenstein Talk I and Talk II A diptych created from postage stamps.
These two portraits of ‘Girl on the phone’ form a diptych which has been created to coincide with the Tate Modern Exhibition of Lichtenstein’s work. Entitled ‘Homage to Lichtenstein Talk1 and Talk II ‘, they each comprise of approximately 3000 used postage stamps which have been carefully cut, shaped and individually glued to the canvas to create the finished piece. In design they are mirror images of each other but the differences between them can be seen in the colours used. They are based on the Lichtenstein’s comic book painting entitled ‘OHHH… ALRIGHT…’ The completed pictures which are on two separate canvases have been varnished.
 Peter R. Mason is the Post Pop Art Man
Peter creates unique images from recycled used postage stamps. He is best known for his portraits but he also creates a huge variety of other images from stamps. Explore the website to find out more and see the portfolio to view the pictures. Please remember photographs can rarely do justice to the original images.
Pictures for sale can be seen at;

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