Warhol You!

Monday, May 28th, 2007 UTC

The Pop Art movement has evolved to maturity. Even though it has been criticised because of its lack of essence, the Pop Art movement has become one of the most influential artistic movements of the twentieth century; and it is still today.

Based upon the principle of art being popular, the aptly-named Pop Art movement uses everyday items as its main topic. From oversized purple bananas and Campbell’s Soup cans, to Warhol’s vision of Marilyn Monroe, Pop Art has moved at a fast pace to the hearts of people all around the world.

Next time you see the face of a Japanese blogger in a four-piece mosaic with fluorescent colours. You will know it is PopArt in its purest form. Enjoy and savour popular expression.