For this one I tried to do a Nick Cardy/Alex Toth Super Friends style Aquaman head, as I thought it would blend decently with the simplified/flattened style Lichtenstein used. Now that it's finished, I'm seeing a bit of Don Heck in there, too (Loston says it's the mouth).
The other entries for this week can be seen here: [link]
The "original" Lichtenstein piece, "Drowning Girl" can be seen here: [link]
The REAL original art by Tony Abruzzo from SECRET HEARTS #83 can be seen here: [link]
UPDATE: My pal Rob Kelly is featuring this piece on his great website, The Aquaman Shrine, today! Check it out: [link]
As I'm studying history of art and curating at graduateschool,
in the semester
I need some information of pieces sometime,
And this time, I'd like to know more about your piece and Roy Lichtenstein's work -Drowning Aquaman and Girl-
I'll wait for your answer.
p.s. (And how can I get more information about your works?)
>of which Material did you draw,
>the Size of 'Drowning Aquaman',
>and when did you begin this work(year and month, please) and end?
I literally grew up on Ross Andru's Spider-Man and reprints of Sekowski's Justice League.