Britney Spears' number one hits have been turned into art pieces for a new Arizona exhibition.
Current and former Arizona State University graduate students have created a series of mixed media exhibits inspired by 11 Spears chart-toppers.
The Number Ones show, which opens on Friday (02May08) at the LAS Gallery in Phoenix, will feature video, photographic and mixed media inspired by Spears' biggest hits.
One piece, a sexy apron made from a lace tablecloth, was inspired by 2000 hit Oops!... I Did It Again.
Artists Mindy Sue Meyers, who admits to being a big fan of the troubled pop superstar, says, "The stitching on the apron offers a different identity to what would be a normal, homemaker apron.
"This is a duality that I think Britney has struggled with since she became a pop star."
For another exhibit, inspired by Spears' first hit ...Baby, One More Time, artist Nick DeFord has depicted a smiling Spears using black and blue push pins on a corkboard.