Roy Lichtenstein

“Lichtenstein was more app than artist; the Frankel of one-trick ponies.”

Frankel, unbeaten in his fourteen race career and was the highest-rated racehorse in the world. Frankel’s record of nine successive Group 1 wins is unsurpassed and has been equalled only by the U.S.A. filly Zenyatta. Frankel’s performance in the 2000 Guineas has been described as “one of the greatest displays on a British racecourse”.

Benday Dots, a printing process named after illustrator and printer Benjamin Day, is similar to Pointillism.
Ben-Day dots were considered the hallmark of American artist Roy Lichtenstein, who enlarged and exaggerated them in many of his paintings. the man who reinvented modern art, the man who first decided to make paintings that looked like comic books.