“Ten percent of the American population refuses to shop at Walmart for political reasons,” Lichtenstein told The Daily Beast.
Warhol and Lichtenstein riffed on product logos and comic books because it was ironic.
Walmart has raised wages in recent years in response to worker discontent, Lichtenstein said.
This wasn't surprising coming from Rabbi Lichtenstein, the other author of the statement.
Ditto on the East Coast, with Robert Rauschenberg, Warhol, and Lichtenstein, as part of his documentary of Pop Art.
Lichtenstein, having carefully replaced the fire-backs, rose smiling, and clapped a hand upon Bubbles's shoulder.
Prince Lichtenstein was also somewhere on the plateau, but we didn't run across him.
Meanwhile Lichtenstein had extracted from the ruined clock a .45-calibre bullet of nickel steel.
Yesterday I visited the Lichtenstein palace, so fabulous for its magnificence.
These possessions form the actual principality of Lichtenstein, which has the small town of Vadutz for its capital.