Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist who’s best known for her works involving repetition of patterns and psychedelic colors. You can take a cue from her artwork and create your own costume by repeating a polka dot pattern on a red dress.
Considered by many to be the godfather of pop art, Andy Warhol’s artistic style and fashion sense continue to be copied decades after his death. Don’t worry, art school is not required in order to look like an artist. All you need is a black turtleneck, a pair of wayfarer eyeglasses and a Polaroid camera. Of course, art is subjective so feel free to take some pictures and claim them as your latest masterpiece.
Bob Ross is the lovable personality who brought the joy of painting to millions. On his public television show, he taught us how to use oil paints to create happy little clouds, happy little trees, and other happy little accidents. He often brought squirrels and other little rascals on the set.
Frida Kahlo was a Mexican painter who is most known for her self portraits. She often depicted herself amongst bright colors and indigenous Mexican themes. Let’s not forget her signature flower braid and prominent unibrow.