When is being blue in the face a good thing?

When you’re Roy Lichtenstein’s “Modern Head.” The 31-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture at the American Art Museum is part of a series Lichtenstein began in the late 1960s that explored the idea of creating images of human figures that look like machines.

Why so blue?

Questions come alive at the Smithsonian. Seriously Amazing.com

Posted: 4 February 2013
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