This was really an introductory brief to Photoshop about creating a photo montage using Pop Art imagery. The catch was, the composition had to respond to the Andy Warhol (a central figure in the Pop-Art movement)  quote, “isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves.”  Producing a modern day version of a Pop Art Montage albeit in the style emergent during the 50s or 60s. A few visual Andy Warhol references were inserted along with a lot of imagery which reflected modern popular perceptions and  manufactured products.  The integration of the imagery was a bit more controlled and surreal rather than conventional ‘copy and paste’ montage work.