Roy Lichtenstein, one of the primary artists of the pop art movement in the 1960s, has revamped the alphabet with his own attitude and style. With his combination of popular imagery and "high art" that borrows the techniques of advertising and the comics, Lichtenstein revivifies the alphabet with playful and entertaining art and refreshes the ABC for art lovers and letter lovers alike. This was the last book the artist completed before his death.
American pop art painter, graphic artist and sculptor, Roy Lichtenstein is best known for his large-scale renditions of comic-strip art. He died in 1997.