Pop art By: Sha'kira shannon

Pop art is a 20th century art movement that utilized the imagery and techniques of consumerism and popular culture. It often includes images of mass media, advertising comics, or consumer products.
Pop art's main purpose was for people to realize the superficiality in life. Pop art began as a means of subversion of fine and classical art.
Keith Haring, Robert Raucshenburg, Richard Hamilton, Peter Blake and Andy Warhol draw Pop art.
Pop art is different from normal art, and promotes the side of art that is not restricted to serious and stark things.
Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the mid-1950s in Britian and the late 1950s in the United States.
10 photos that represent pop art
I liked this movement because when I was younger I was into comics alot. When i was younger I liked to read alot of different type of books.

Credits:

Created with images by pumpkincat210 - "Planet 8000 background" • philip.bitnar - "Pop-art painting // PHILIPxJUSTYNA" • Ruth and Dave - "Pop art" • pumpkincat210 - "Retro Girls faces pop art background" • 7sigma - "As Mil Faces de Che" • ► Cristofer - "Colour" • Sébastien Prescott - "The Galaxies" • narghee-la - "neon nest" • The Hyper-Psych Art of Michael J Bowman - "How to Draw God by Michael J Bowman" • pumpkincat210 - "grunge pop art brush background" • Tobyotter - "Pop Art Jock" • Chelsea Daniele - "Pop Art 2" • IG8 - "Warhol Pop Art Me" • tonynetone - "Classics"

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