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Pop Art Print

Pop Art first appeared during the 1950s in the United Kingdom and has continued to inspire artists and audiences around the world today. Colored silk screen prints are as popular as ever.

Pop Art comes from the term 'Popular Art' and was one of the key art movements of the 20th century. It's characterized by the subjects it deals with as well as the techniques it employs. Pop Art does not depict noble or aristocratic figures. Instead, Pop art is focusses on mass culture, consumer society and popular, celebrity icons. 

The emergence of this movement occurred in stark contrast to Abstract Expressionism, another popular art trend at the time, conversely striving to dispossess the elite of their artistic exclusivity. Pop Art can manifest across painting, fashion and other mediums like sculpture, collage… Pop Art artists are presented with various options, and often take advantage of the limitless nature of this art form.

Characterized by specific visual and aesthetic criteria, Pop Art can be recognized by its various industrial processes, such as silk screening. This process involves using a stencil to copy the same image several times onto a canvas. Another notable element of Pop Art is the use of bright colors inspired by advertisements.

As art history reveals, the techniques and achievements of Pop Art were not held in high regard in its early days. They were even looked down on, mostly by the intellectual elite. It wasn't until the arrival of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, the two pioneers of the movement, that Pop Art became (for lack of a better term) popular. 

After Warhol and Lichtenstein, contemporary painting was completely transformed: an artwork's value no longer contingent on rarity or on the subject it depicted.

The two artists were supposedly influenced by the European Avant-Garde Artists exhibition that took place in New York, from 1960 to 61. That same year, they produced a collection of comic book-inspired works, including Lichtenstein's famous piece Look Mickey. However, their styles quickly evolved and they both went in rather different artistic directions.

Whereas Roy Lichtenstein continued to work with comics strips, making them entirely his own, Andy Warhol paved the way for post-modern contemporary art, using daily objects as his source of inspiration.

Having begun his career in advertising, Warhol broke free as an artist to reimagine American traditions and everyday items, making them seem out of the ordinary– extraordinary even. Campbell's Soup, Coca-Cola cans and Heinz Ketchup are just a few examples of his muses.

Pop Art's strong and somewhat sarcastic critique of consumer society included the representations of celebrities, actors and singers. Many of them had achieved idol status and cultish devotion. Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor... the biggest stars in the 60s were immortalized by Warhol's bold colors and styles and rather kitsch-advertising style.

Similarly to Duchamp's Dadaism, Pop Art wanted to deconsecrate art or, at the very least, change our perception of it. Art became accessible to ordinary people, using symbols and objects that people were already familiar with.

Discover our collection of Pop Art prints, which includes some of the biggest names in contemporary art such as Andy Warhol and David Hockney, as well as Roy Lichtenstein, Takashi Murakami, Keith Haring, and works by emerging artists.

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Shepard Fairey (Obey), Kiss Me Deadly, Print

Shepard Fairey (Obey)

Kiss Me Deadly, 2021
61 x 46 cm


Takashi Murakami, On An Endless Journey On A Time Machine, Print

Takashi Murakami

On An Endless Journey On A Time Machine, 2018
72 x 72 cm


Peter Klasen, 20E, Print

Peter Klasen

20E, 1999
65 x 50 x 2 cm

$712 $838

Daru, Business Plan?, Print


Business Plan?, 2021
100 x 61 x 0.1 cm


Onemizer, L'histoire du ballon, Print


L'histoire du ballon, 2021
50 x 70 cm


Jeff Gillette, Castle Ruins, Print

Jeff Gillette

Castle Ruins, 2021
61 x 86.4 cm

$1,615 $1,795

Hervé Di Rosa, En traversant le pont, Print

Hervé Di Rosa

En traversant le pont, 2014
56 x 75 x 0.2 cm


Diederik Van Apple, Porsche express, Print

Diederik Van Apple

Porsche express, 2020
100 x 150 x 4 cm


Muriel Deumie, Dans  L'oeil du futur, Print

Muriel Deumie

Dans L'oeil du futur, 2021
40 x 40 x 4 cm


Tattoo Art M, Aretha Franklin, Print

Tattoo Art M

Aretha Franklin, 2017
90 x 60 x 0.3 cm


Robert Indiana, Votes for Woman, Print

Robert Indiana

Votes for Woman, 1977
59 x 39 cm


Carlos Cruz-Diez, S/T  (Induction Chromatique), Print

Carlos Cruz-Diez

S/T (Induction Chromatique), 1981
80 x 80 x 5 cm


Greg Léon Guillemin, The Secret Life of Heroes – Catwoman, Print

Greg Léon Guillemin

The Secret Life of Heroes – Catwoman, 2021
81 x 20.5 x 2 cm


Robert Crumb, Weirdo-Number 4, Print

Robert Crumb

Weirdo-Number 4, 2011
70 x 50 x 0.2 cm


Ben Frost, Happy helmet, Print

Ben Frost

Happy helmet, 2021
7.5 x 7.5 cm


SupaKitch, My Playlist, Print


My Playlist, 2007
63 x 44 x 0.2 cm


Devin Miles, Love Karl, Print

Devin Miles

Love Karl, 2020
140 x 120 x 5 cm


Aya Takano, A night walk - A pink moon emerged, Print

Aya Takano

A night walk - A pink moon emerged, 2005
58.5 x 49.3 cm


Fannï Mayer, Lucky You, Print

Fannï Mayer

Lucky You, 2021
100 x 75 x 1 cm


Kobalt, Everyday for breakfast I eat a baby Panda, Print


Everyday for breakfast I eat a baby Panda, 2019
70 x 50 x 0.2 cm


Jayboost, The Glory Mask, Print


The Glory Mask, 2021
40 x 80 x 3 cm


Sara Pope, Kiss Red, Print

Sara Pope

Kiss Red, 2020
30 x 30 x 3 cm


Vision, Brandz, Print


Brandz, 2021
30 x 40 cm


Laurence Vallières, Haribo Mickey, Print

Laurence Vallières

Haribo Mickey, 2021
50.8 x 66 x 0.2 cm


Ben Vautier, No more art, Print

Ben Vautier

No more art, 1990
50 x 69.5 x 0.2 cm


FeiFei Ruan, Itinéraire d'un enfant gâté, Print

FeiFei Ruan

Itinéraire d'un enfant gâté, 2019
90.5 x 60.5 cm


Kaixin Lyu, Falling Tide - Reproduction digigraphie, Print

Kaixin Lyu

Falling Tide - Reproduction digigraphie, 2021
70 x 50 x 1 cm


Erró, Amazon, Print


Amazon, 2001
77.5 x 57.2 cm


John Matos Crash, X-Men Suite: Wolverine, Print

John Matos Crash

X-Men Suite: Wolverine, 2000
45.7 x 61 cm


Philippe Geluck, Auto-tamponneuse, Print

Philippe Geluck

Auto-tamponneuse, 2017
70 x 70 cm


Philippe Huart, Crack, Print

Philippe Huart

Crack, 2010
80 x 80 x 4 cm


Speedy Graphito, Art is love, Print

Speedy Graphito

Art is love, 2020
70 x 50 x 0.1 cm


Romero Britto, The Pink Elephant, Print

Romero Britto

The Pink Elephant, 2017
90 x 72 cm


Vincent Sabatier, Dragibus, Print

Vincent Sabatier

Dragibus, 2019
70 x 50 x 0.1 cm

$209 $419

Gomor, Above the sky, Print


Above the sky, 2020
70 x 50 x 1 cm


Patrick Rubinstein, People and brand Frida, Print

Patrick Rubinstein

People and brand Frida, 2020
36 x 36 x 3 cm


Fat, Petit chat, Print


Petit chat, 2020
70 x 100 x 5 cm


Aiiroh, Spiderwoman, Print


Spiderwoman, 2019
50 x 50 x 0.2 cm


Li Lihong, Mini Mickey China Ed. 2019 - Silver, Print

Li Lihong

Mini Mickey China Ed. 2019 - Silver, 2019
8 x 9 x 6 cm


Fabien Novarino, Pop BB, Print

Fabien Novarino

Pop BB, 2020
80 x 90 x 1 cm


Our recommendations Andy Warhol, Black Bean from Campbell’s Soup I (FS.II.44), Print

Andy Warhol

Black Bean from Campbell’s Soup I (FS.II.44), 1968
88.9 x 58.4 cm

50,000 - $ 100,000

Mel Ramos, Wonder Woman, Print

Mel Ramos

Wonder Woman, 1981
63.5 x 50.8 cm


Marta Zawadzka, Frida, Print

Marta Zawadzka

Frida, 2021
61 x 51 x 0.1 cm


Our recommendations Keith Haring, The Story of Red and Blue, Print

Keith Haring

The Story of Red and Blue, 1989
41.9 x 34.3 cm


Stéphane Gautier, Happy print Quality, Print

Stéphane Gautier

Happy print Quality, 2021
29.7 x 21 x 1 cm


FAILE, Kool Living, Print


Kool Living, 2020
76 x 61 cm


Mark Kostabi, Oedipus, Print

Mark Kostabi

Oedipus, 1989
39.4 x 28.6 cm


Whatshisname, Brexit Popek, Print


Brexit Popek, 2020
35.2 x 35.2 cm


Alex Katz, Night: William Dunas Dance (Pamela) Suite, Print

Alex Katz

Night: William Dunas Dance (Pamela) Suite, 1983
63.5 x 78.7 cm


Philippe Grimaud, Don't Break It, Print

Philippe Grimaud

Don't Break It, 2018
100 x 100 x 0.1 cm


Eric Liot, Campbell's, Print

Eric Liot

Campbell's, 2019
39.5 x 32 x 3 cm


Flog, Bart, Print


Bart, 2021
70 x 50 cm


OverSide, Andy Warhol - OverSide x Sun7, Print


Andy Warhol - OverSide x Sun7, 2020
70 x 50 x 1 cm


Richard Lindner, NY Men (Fun City), Print

Richard Lindner

NY Men (Fun City), 1971
63.5 x 50.8 cm


Alain Vaissière, L'explorateur, Print

Alain Vaissière

L'explorateur, 2021
115 x 115 x 1 cm


Stefan Thelen / Super A, Atlantis Squarepants, Print

Stefan Thelen / Super A

Atlantis Squarepants, 2020
61 x 61 x 0.1 cm

$840 $933

JJ Adams, Murphy Robocop X Ray, Print

JJ Adams

Murphy Robocop X Ray, 2016
35 x 29 cm


Larry Bell, Untitled (In Barcelona Suite), Print

Larry Bell

Untitled (In Barcelona Suite), 1989
76.2 x 55.9 cm


Stéphan Art, Untitled, Print

Stéphan Art

Untitled, 2021
80 x 80 cm


Erte Tirtoff, Modern Sports Dress for Men, Print

Erte Tirtoff

Modern Sports Dress for Men, 1968
76.2 x 50.8 cm


Yaniv Edery, Rolex Bart, Print

Yaniv Edery

Rolex Bart, 2021
81 x 61 x 3.5 cm


Ian Hornak, Angel Concert, Print

Ian Hornak

Angel Concert, 1978
55.9 x 73.7 cm


Antoine Graff, Monade, Print

Antoine Graff

Monade, 2020
53 x 41 x 7.5 cm


Martin Whatson, Eternal Reflection (Green), Print

Martin Whatson

Eternal Reflection (Green), 2020
24.9 x 24.9 cm


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