The Whole Point of the Art Movement
The Art movement was born in England in the late 1950s and swiftly gained support in the United States where it obtained mainstream acceptance by both the art world and the general public during the 1960s and 1970s. It started as a rejection of abstract expressionism and the elitist notion that art required sophistication or a special understanding to be appreciated. The Pop Art style has become perhaps one of the most widely enjoyed art styles in the world.Popular Art glorifies daily life and the everyday objects of popular culture and takes its themes from the iconic images of a materialistic and consumer oriented society. By using photo realism and mass-produced printmaking techniques, Pop Art blurred the lines between fine art and commercial art and made owning an original work of art easy and affordable.It uses Digital Technology
Pop Art has retained its popularity and naturally lends itself to advances in technology and materials. The style easily adapts to film animation, advertising, computer games and to any digital image. One of the newest popular adaptations of Pop Art is photo to pop art canvas prints.It uses Modern Printing Techniques
Photo on canvas, or creating an original work of art using digital photography and advanced photo to canvas printing techniques, is the logical extension of the Pop Art movement, only now the subject of the work of art can be anybody who commissions a photo to pop art canvas.Creating an art in canvas is in fact creating a personal and unique interpretation of your subject, whether it is a portrait of yourself, a family member, or a pet. You become a pop artist who has created an original work of art in the finest tradition of it.