Some background information
Did you know that pop art is an art form that dates back all the way to the '50s? The word pop itself is obviously short for popular, which literally translated means the technical term for the people, and as such, it is the art for the masses. This form of modern art originated and has evolved particularly in the United States and the United Kingdom, traces of which you will see later on in Photowall's assortment of pop art wallpaper. Inspired by the perceived visual mediocrity of advertising campaigns, billboards and television, artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Richard Hamilton turned to the so-called anti-art campaign wherein they released the banal or dull images of famous actors and transformed them into an exciting new art form. This reinvention and excitement is carried over to our array of pop art wallpaper, which can transform your ordinary interiors into something new and refreshing in an instant. Take for instance the motif called "Superheroes". This pop art wallpaper immediately draws the eye, generates optic dynamism and is guaranteed to stir up emotion and joy. Children especially will be delighted to have this as the focal point of their bedroom, play area or study space.
Deep dive with pop art wallpaper
Since pop art is a form of painting and drawing that allows a great amount of natural expression, many samples in this category highlight both ordinary objects or people, but also figures or structures that are known and famous. A lot of pop artists were also illustrators, graphic designers and even billboard painters. Their work would contain objects inside the paintings, such as soup cans, work tools or natural objects like seashells. As such pop art wallpaper features a range of ideas and characters. The piece entitled "Deep Fluids" is a concrete example of a pop art wallpaper that gets better with every viewing. No matter if the space you are revamping is residential, corporate or recreational, this will captivate anyone who sets eyes upon it. This work of art can be interpreted in so many ways, giving your family, friends and colleagues a lot to think about whenever they visit the space that this pop art wallpaper by Photowall is displayed in.
The freedom of expression is a staple of pop art wallpaper. As a piece of contemporary art, pop art wallpaper fit in well with a number of decoration schemes in a home or workplace. To identify an image as real pop art, there are some common characteristics to consider such as consumerism and materialism, for example. The work has to provide a commentary about culture and society through popular logos, images and icons which are then changed into something as though they are a fresh new idea inside the image. "Dark Blocks" is a beautiful pop art wallpaper that meets this criteria in different ways. The unique colour schemes can make any space more appealing and dynamic. Use pop art wallpaper to inject new life into your interior design!