Artwaley blogpost #05: Pop Artworks

A form of art that depicts objects or scenes from everyday life and employs techniques of commercial art and popular illustration.The moment was marked by clear lines, sharp artwork and clear representations of symbols, objects and people commonly found on popular culture.

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Three Important Features of pop art:

  • Clean and sharp artwork
  • Bright and fluorescent colors
  • Products or iconic figures

The goal of Pop Art was to bring art closer to the general public – to create art with elements of mass culture, that are known to everybody. It’s characterized by a lot of humor, irony and sarcasm towards its own achievements and subjects of interest.


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Pop Art is one of the most “popular” art movements of the Modern Era. Pop Art is an art form that reflected a return to material realities of peoples’ everyday life. It actually means the return to popular culture, thus the name “pop.” This art derives its style from the visual activities and pleasures of people: television, magazines and comics.


The Pop art movement is defined by themes and techniques drawn from the popular mass culture. Areas like advertising, mundane cultural objects and comic books. This art movement is considered a reaction to the ideas of abstract expressionism. Pop Art employed images of popular culture in art, emphasizing banal elements of any culture, usually through the use of irony.


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