Pittsburgh's Andy Warhol museum presents: Nipples on a Stick. Not really, but that, and other seriously uncomfortable images make up its summer ad campaign, created via MARC USA.The campaign promotes artists includingGenesis Breyer P-Orridge, Caldwell Linker and Nick Bubash, who all have taken cues from the museum's eponymous pop-art master by taking ordinary images and making them extraordinary.
Using poppy colors, the campaign postersfeatureviews of summertime -- from skewers to beach balls to hot dogs -- each with a twist that challenges your perceptions of the ordinary, just like Warhol and the exhibiting artists do with their work.
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