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The Definition Of Pop Art

The Definition of Pop Art

Pop Art looks out into the world. It doesn't look like a painting of something, it looks like the thing itself.” - Roy Lichtenstein
A captivating combination of bold images and popular culture, pop art is a depiction of everyday objects or a celebrity, or an animal in a bold and modern, yet simple style. But there’s more behind the image. It is more than just a piece of art. It defines what is popular in our culture. What most humans find meaningful. What the majority of humans find important. Each pop art piece is a defining statement.
  
Appealing to the masses is the major reason why pop art took off and became so popular. It represents the people. It’s for the people. Pop art is the evolving style that will constantly change as we do. Music, food, politics, sex, celebrities, movies and everything else that we are interested in consuming. This is pop art. This is the branding of our society. This has always and will always be around. Today, the creativity and ability to create artwork has never been better. More artists are empowered to make, do and create their art. More diversity and inspiration exist than ever before.
    
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What is Pop Art?

Pop art is a look into the culture of humankind in a powerful and mesmerizing fashion. Although pop art was originated in the 1950s, it has recently become a very popular style of art again.  
  
Pop art symbolizes consumerism and popular culture. It attracts a wide-ranged demographic of people because each piece is so relatable. It distinguishes itself by being art interpreted by other art instead of being art interpreted by an object, person, or nature.  Most of the pieces are copies or replicas of a commercial, comic strip, or public figure.  
    
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New Pop Art vs. Vintage Pop Art: The Difference

Vintage pop art was a movement that started in the 1950s and lasted into the 1970s. While there were many countries that contributed to this movement, it dominated in the UK and the United States.  
  
It reflected the pop culture of that time and was an extremely popular style of art.  Most homes had some sort of pop art piece put up in their house. Very much like vintage pop art, new pop art also mostly reflects popular culture and our present current events.  
  
And although they have a similar message, new pop art is more bold and modern. 
  
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The Importance of Pop Art Today

Relatable and appealing to all. Ordinary yet original. Pop art has played an important role in bringing fine art to the masses. It is something everyone can relate to and appreciate.
  
According to poparthistory.com, “The pop art movement was important because it represented a shift in what artists considered to be important source material. Whereas in the past, artists tended to draw inspiration from the sublime—from nature and religion—pop art involved drawing inspiration from the mundane aspects of everyday life, from TV, movies, and repetitive commercials.
  
It was a movement that sought to connect fine art with the masses and involved using imagery that ordinary people could recognize and relate to.” Pop art remains important as present-day pieces continue to reflect today’s culture and current events.
  
Art, particularly pop art, has the opportunity and ability to represent a movement. It can be the voice of the people. Even various communities like “hip hop” ranging to “feminism” can create meaning and messages through pop art. This is a free and bold style.
  
There aren’t structural limits to the creativity here. And that is what’s most empowering about pop art. The freedom to express - which always shows through in any meaningful artwork.
   
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The Best Place To Buy Pop Art

When trying to find that absolute perfect pop art piece, IKONICK will have the most popular,  the most variety, and more importantly the most competitively priced canvases to choose from.  
  
Our canvases include abstract artwork with bright colors and bold creativity. Comic pieces with catchy quotes. Canvases with motivational words overlapping a picture of an inspirational person or backdrop. Or just simply, a strong and emotionally moving message.
  
With high-quality canvas material and such a wide selection, IKONICK is the best place to buy pop art. But it’s not just the quality of the product that matters most. It’s what we stand for and believe. The culture of our team and the origin story matter. It comes through in our work.
  
We are creating artwork from our own identities and lives. We’ve created a community of motivated fighters and hardworking optimists. Inspiring others through our own journey, grit, and determination. We believe that’s what matters most. That people buy your “why” over your “what.”
  
IKONICK is more than the artwork we sell. We’re inspiring the underdog, the go-getter. That’s why our art is the best.
   
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