He loved strong colors.
Yes, he did. He really did. He also loved peanut butter.
A painting of a Campbell's soup can.
The Year 3000 was first on their album It's about time. Since the Fans loved it so much they decided to add it as a bonus track on their next album which would be called Jonas Brothers
Well, the artwork of coke bottles (100 bottle) by Andy Warhol was made famous but how he put originality into it, the colours are abstract and it was classified at 'pop' The art critics loved it, and when he produced more (campbell's soup, Marilyn diptych) he was well known, so from then he was loved ...
Andy Warhol gave Jeff Koons the prospect of the celebrity status. The artist as the celebrity and machines became masses. Warhol repeated everyday items and Jeff repeats machines.
The 'Cheap Trill' album was first released in 1975. Many people loved the album and were very excited for another album like it to come out. The artist instantly became famous after releasing the album.
Andy Warhol used celebrities in his art work because he could not think of an original subject matter. His friends suggested that he should paint something he loved and he loved celebrities, so he painted them.
Is the name of her first single from her new album "the chronicles of TK". She also has a music video on youtube from her single "I wished you loved me".
You Would Have Loved This was created on 2006-10-25.
A subjective question, I personally loved all of them, and still do. The "most" popular album according to the rest of the world would have to be one of the following three. 1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967) 2. The Beatles (aka the White album) (1968) 3. Abbey Road (1969)
In the Christmas of 1985 Princess Diana received a photo album from Janet, a friend. She loved it