Pop art is an abbreviation of “popular art”. This interior style is bright, sometimes kitschy, bold and innovative. Use the art facilities, which obviously cannot be used in the design of another interior style and get a modern version of pop art.
Style pop art is associated with images of cans of Coca-Cola, as well as portraits of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol. However, today this style is experiencing a second wave of popularity. Designers are looking for new visual images of pop art. Pop Art proposes the creation of visual deceptions using distortion of space for a surprise public.
Flamboyant Pop Art Style that was born in the 60’s with a light hand of Andy Warhol is still relevant today. Its brightness, dynamism, originality and provocative allow creating interesting interior designs. And the use of inexpensive materials makes it attractive financially. Shocking and cheerful pop art makes it possible to enjoy to the fullest.
Pop art style makes for an unusual and colorful interior design. Pop art is an abbreviation of “popular art.” Another meaning of the word “pop” is punch. That is something that produces shocking effect. Bright, sometimes kitschy, bold and innovative – all these are pop-art.
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