Pop Art sticker (65)
Pop art was generated in the full process of shaping the consumer society, whose definitive impulse took place after the Second World War and the arrival of television. This artistic style was born as an attempt to make an art that would take into account the universe of symbols and issues of mass interest, that is, the "popular" symbols. It emerged as a current of rebellious art accessible to the masses, especially in Britain and the United States. It uses elements related to posters, advertising, comics, magazines, television or film, images belonging to the mass media of everyday life are now recontextualized. An artistic movement was then created in which texts and images could coexist perfectly, as well as repetition or series, generating an important change of artistic paradigm in the middle of the century. This movement is characterized by rejecting abstract expressionism and putting art back in contact with society using the routine factors that ordinary people had within their reach as Dadaism did, highlighting the value of everyday objects by turning them into works of art and also using unusual techniques such as collage, silk-screen printing or photography.
This variety of elements makes Pop-art a winning choice as far as decoration is concerned, and at Teleadhesivo we know that such a social language in contact with the everyday world is ideal to turn your space into a reflection of the contemporary environment, with icons that belong to the daily reality of our customers. Brands that appear in people's real lives and elements that are very familiar to us are the perfect detail to decorate and personalize our environment. The original touch that the "popular" scenes bring to our environment is always a good choice and a way to symbolize the modern world, so the characteristics of this style are perfectly suited to the personalization of environments.
In our Pop Art gallery you will find the most iconic images of Andy Warhol, Keith Haring or Roy Lich