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A hand-painted mural by the iconic Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha (Hollywood Is a Verb, Another Hollywood Bubble Popped) is coming to the side of a building

Ed Ruscha, The Absolute End, 1982, de Young Museum

nyctaeus: “Ed Ruscha, The Absolute End, dry pigment on paper, Currently on show at de Young Museum, San Francisco.

James Rosenquist, Untitled, 1980. James Rosenquist, On Disconnected Images: "By the time I was a teenager I'd found my way out by picking up pieces here and there, like clues to a puzzle. I'd found a way of looking at the world as disconnected images brought together for an unknown purpose. Without realizing it, I deliberately sought out the incongruities that would match my memories."

James Rosenquist, Untitled, 1980. James Rosenquist, On Disconnected Images: "By the time I was a teenager I'd found my way out by picking up pieces here and there, like clues to a puzzle. I'd found a way of looking at the world as disconnected images brought together for an unknown purpose. Without realizing it, I deliberately sought out the incongruities that would match my memories."

James Rosenquist: Portrait Collages

FAKE image- The upper part (Kennedy) is from James Rosenquist (November 1933 - March The lower part (Obama) is an illustration from John Ritter; After James Rosenquist for the NewYorker.