Created exclusively for Just One Eye, this digital painting incorporates the Just One Eye brand name into many of Ed Ruscha’s signature themes.
One of the premiere artists of the Pop Art movement, Ruscha is know for his paintings and photographs, many of which incorporate an interplay of words and image. The first of these, “word paintings” were created by Ruscha while in Paris in the early 1960s. Based, for much of his career, in Los Angeles California, Ruscha’s work is imbued with irreverent references to American pop culture.
Ruscha’s work was included in the seminal 1962 Pasadena Art Museum exhibit curated by Walter Hopps, which also featured the likes of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, and his first solo exhibition was held in 1963 at the legendary Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles.Retrospectives of his prolific career thus far have been featured at The Centre Georges Pompidou, J. Paul Getty Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.