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Digital Photo Processing

Create Pop Art from your Photos

SUMMARY: Order Warhol-style, silhouette, and other types of pop art created from your digital photographs.

Although you may not be able to precisely describe what Pop Art means, you've probably seen examples of such work. Whether it was Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans or pictures of Marilyn Monroe, Jasper Johns' US flag, or Roy Lichtenstein's "Drowning Girl", these images make an indelible impression on many viewers.

Several companies exist that let you turn your digital photos into forms of popular art, giving you opportunities to showcase your work in a creative way, either for personal viewing or as a gift.

allPopArt of Florida offers multiple styles of popular art including Warhol, Lichtenstein, silhouettes, Manga, and retro. Many examples are available online.

My Pop Art of California specializes in pet and family portraits, offering three styles - Warhol, Vintage, and Artstrokes. Several limited edition prints of fish and flower art are also available for purchase.

novaPop, based in Madrid, Spain, offers several similar styles as well as "Sign Art", turning your fingerprint into artwork. You can also be placed into various fan models including a Storm Trooper, Logan from X-Men, or a Centurion.

* alllPopArt - http://www.allpopart.com/

* My Pop Art - http://www.mypopart.com/

* novaPop - http://www.novapop.com/

(images from allPopArt and novaPop)

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