Pop art is a style that definitely can’t go unnoticed. Even today, over sixty years after Andy Warhol introduced his legendary Marilyn Diptych, it remains one of the most influential art movements.
Pop art is like a breath of fresh air for those who are kinda fed up with classic art. It works like helium that you breathe from a balloon — it makes you feel excited, interested, and starving for more. And yet today the artistic community is quite spoiled by the variety of artistic styles of all sorts, pop art has been able to maintain its positions. It’s an ultimate source of inspiration for many creators as well as an everlasting color Bible that will never go old-fashioned.
Eduardo Paolozzi, Blaine Lafont, James Rosenquist, Neja Zupan, Buz Sheep — some of these pop artists have built up the movement from scratch while others keep it so popular by their modern pop art paintings. All of them are not limited to the paintings, though. Pop art collage illustrations, photography, and even installations make an essential part of this style evolution process.
So, I invite you to go from the roots to the latest works drawn in the pop art style and find the one to be special for you. Will it be a pop art collage featuring the incredible Billy Eilish? Or a photo installation speculating on the problem of plastic waste? Or maybe you’ll find yourself missing the good old pop art of the sixties and will discover your visual satisfaction in another work of Andy Warhol? Well, there is no other way to understand other than scroll down.