Crispin Philemon Buller (1922-1978) was a Lovian pop artist. He was very famous in the 1950s. Originally a cubist/linear artist, he became the face of pop art in Lovia. Interestingly, his first pop-art work, A change of color, was a satire of that style, which he originally disliked. His most popular work is Hitler Dead: Its got magnetic appeal!, a collage made from various photos.
Personal life Edit
Buller was married to Brunanter sex icon Caroline Koch. They had a very stormy relationship, with both having many affairs, but this did not affect their marriage. They had one daughter, Maxine in 1961. Buller died in 1978 in a car accident.