Iconic Pop Art emerged in the 1950s, challenging traditional artistic norms by celebrating mass culture and consumerism. Pioneered by artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, Pop Art employed vibrant colors, bold imagery, and a sense of irony. Common subjects included everyday objects, celebrities, and advertisements, elevating mundane items to the status of art. Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans and Marilyn Monroe portraits, along with Lichtenstein's comic book-inspired works, became emblematic. Pop Art transcended the elitist art world, resonating with the public and leaving an enduring impact on contemporary culture. Its fusion of high and low art continues to influence modern aesthetics.
This piece flashes back to original POP art but with a 21st century twist. Layered pieces with comic book collage and multi layered spray can work under resin glass finish