During the 1960's in the United States, many changes were taking place. The social changes that took place affected the art scene and visa versa. As women at the time started working and taking on roles that were usually associated with a man, women were also portrayed in a different manner in art pieces as well. Very famous for his pop art, Roy Lichtenstein, had a great impact in the pop art movement, as his work was built off of mass media and printed publications. His simple and primary bold colors attracted attention , his grit pattern created texture, and his main subjects are the facial expressions of a woman taking on all side of the canvas. He also managed to include text with quotation marks, usually targeted towards a man, creating more hesitation in the painting. He breaks down the subjects of his paintings into the most basic forms, through lines, dots, and primary colors.