Popular culture, icons, classic brands, familiar names, celebrated places, events and near-mythical memories.
Pop art celebrates (and often critiques) our shared cultural experiences and trends, attitudes and themes in society, and re-presents them through alternative eyes. Often using unconventional materials and media, or the media and visual language of commercial, mass-produced design, Pop Art is a wide-ranging genre that can include many, many styles and subjects. Here’s our take on a few Pop Art pieces we have at Conclave!
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