This next piece of work was the inspired piece of work, which came from the pop art subculture, which was called Marilyn Diptych that was created by the most popular in addition, the main piece in the pop art movement Andy Warhol. This piece was created in 1962, this date is significantly important as this artwork was created after the timing of that year where famous female icon and pay tribute to Mariyan Monroe death which occurred in the same year. What makes it completely different to all the other work shown and discussed about is the fact that this idea, which was completely new to this time as well, was the fact this piece of work was done to centre a view about a celebrity or a modern day icon at the time. This pop art was created using stranded techniques, which is acrylic paint on canvas. However, Warhol has been known to use printing methods throughout his work. ( /art/artworks accessed 20th April). The meaning behind this piece of pop art work as to why it was created was because of the fact that Warhol’s pop art style looked towards consumerism and cult celebrity’s ideas which is more fixated towards the media. There is an sense of repetition throughout the sense its most commonly trait in this piece of work. The most noteworthy trait or aspect of this piece of modernist work is the way that one-half of the work is black and white while the other half was made completely in colour. For me I am intrigued by this idea because I have an interest and have used art ideas and experiments, which developed from inspiration by artwork such as this. The reason why this work is an example of strong post war modernist work is the way in which the work subject is on a complex impact person such as Marilyn Monroe. Her cultural impact as quoted (This represents ephemeral qualities of fame which is associated with her huge celebrity impact on society) ( /art accessed 20th April). The black and colour, which is separated from the middle where the colour represents life while the black and white, represents her death, which splits the idea in this artwork. The modernist approach of this idea is outlined by the fact that this artwork is questioning this one person’s impact upon many other people’s impact.