About the Fridge Magnet Girl With a Ball
Energize your kitchen decor with this iconic fridge magnet featuring a reproduction of Lichtenstein’s famous painting Girl with a Ball. The fridge magnet is a vertical rectangle of 2.25h x 3.25w and the painting reproduction is sealed in transparent shiny resin to enhance the vivid color of the painting on the front side. The back side is entirely magnetic. Use the fridge magnet to stick some important notes you don’t want to forget with style.
- Girl with Ball, 1961, from the MoMA’s collection
- Artist: Roy Lichtenstein
- Material: Resin and magnet
- Size 2.25h x 3.25″w
More about Pop Art Movement
Pop Art started in both United Kingdom and the United States as well as Pop Culture and Pop Music with emblematic figures such as The Beatles or The Velvet Underground. The artistic movement raised in the mid-50’s with the post-war economic boom and was encouraging a controversial but delighted vision of art. The word “Pop” is the diminutive form of Popular and was first used to illustrate popular imagery and art.
Roy Lichtenstein drew inspiration in comic books and commercial printing techniques to create his own footprint in Pop Art movement. He, eventually, makes his artwork accessible to anyone. The Girl with a Ball painting printed on a high-end fridge magnet is from the portfolio MoMA’s collection, 1961, and is part of Modern Art Museum “collection.