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The Creation of Heroes (Prestige Edition of 30), Julien Durix

The Creation of Heroes (Prestige Edition of 30)

Julien Durix

Print - 70 x 100 x 1.3 cm


Moneywall "Dollar", Ghost Art

Moneywall "Dollar"

Ghost Art

Print - 80 x 80 x 5 cm


Freddie Mercury, Jisbar

Freddie Mercury


Print - 70 x 50 x 0.1 cm


Structure, Alber



Print - 70 x 50 x 0.1 cm


Spaceman XL, Jisbar

Spaceman XL


Print - 71 x 56 x 0.1 cm


Bond (Print), Piotre

Bond (Print)


Print - 21.6 x 27.9 x 0.3 cm


Covid No. 19 – Jaune Variant, Denial

Covid No. 19 – Jaune Variant


Print - 61 x 46 cm


Love is all, Daru

Love is all


Print - 100 x 60 x 0.1 cm


Play Time, Fake

Play Time


Print - 50 x 69.85 x 0.2 cm




Pure Evil

Print - 70 x 70 x 1 cm


Grey Selenite Eroded Antinous as Bacchus, Daniel Arsham

Grey Selenite Eroded Antinous as Bacchus

Daniel Arsham

Print - 60 x 40 x 0.2 cm


Bleu Pétrole, Tilt

Bleu Pétrole


Print - 72 x 73 x 0.2 cm


Rolex Daytona Versailles, Death NYC

Rolex Daytona Versailles

Death NYC

Print - 45 x 32 cm


How To Be Loved - Purple, Tabby

How To Be Loved - Purple


Print - 60.96 x 60.96 x 0.2 cm


Amour, gloire & ecstasy!, JP Malot

Amour, gloire & ecstasy!

JP Malot

Print - 42 x 30 x 1 cm


Nothing but Vuitton (Gaston Lagaffe), Kobalt

Nothing but Vuitton (Gaston Lagaffe)


Print - 50 x 70 x 0.2 cm


Michael Jackson, Aiiroh

Michael Jackson


Print - 75 x 75 x 1 cm


Wonder Woman, Zak

Wonder Woman


Print - 120 x 80 x 1.3 cm


Schtroumpf volant, Dezache

Schtroumpf volant


Print - 30 x 30 x 1 cm

$87 $75

Ladies and Gentlemen, Andy Warhol

Ladies and Gentlemen

Andy Warhol

Print - 99.7 x 69.8 x 4.5 cm

$21,043 $18,938

Hey chicken!, Mr. Kami

Hey chicken!

Mr. Kami

Print - 21.6 x 27.9 x 0.3 cm


James Bond, Socrate

James Bond


Print - 60 x 50 x 0.1 cm


Queen Elisabeth Streetart, UTN

Queen Elisabeth Streetart


Print - 40 x 30 x 0.1 cm


Teufelsberg, 1Upcrew



Print - 55.2 x 74.9 x 1.3 cm


Love around the corner, Craig Alan

Love around the corner

Craig Alan

Print - 60 x 60 x 5 cm


Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse: Love Is In The Air, Max Pedreira

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse: Love Is In The Air

Max Pedreira

Print - 77 x 58 x 1 cm


Ask not what Gotham City can do for you, Max Papeschi

Ask not what Gotham City can do for you

Max Papeschi

Print - 50 x 50 x 2 cm


Plan de Métro  Londres, A.ce

Plan de Métro Londres


Print - 58 x 41 x 1 cm


Metaphysical Departure, DabsMyla

Metaphysical Departure


Print - 100 x 70 x 1 cm


MCDuck Sneakerhead, Red Highs

MCDuck Sneakerhead

Red Highs

Print - 80 x 110 x 1 cm


Meow, Gab



Print - 80 x 80 x 0.2 cm


Master Chef Penguino (Edition), Eva Goubin

Master Chef Penguino (Edition)

Eva Goubin

Print - 27.9 x 21.6 x 0.3 cm


Results Not Excuses, Aroe MSK

Results Not Excuses

Aroe MSK

Print - 76.2 x 55.9 x 0.6 cm


Grand Pa, Lilly

Grand Pa


Print - 40 x 30 x 0.02 cm


Math Focus, Anaël

Math Focus


Print - 60 x 60 x 1.5 cm


Woman, Fafi



Print - 40 x 20 x 1 cm


Metaverse Wonderland 5 (retrofuturism series), Dimitri Jelezky

Metaverse Wonderland 5 (retrofuturism series)

Dimitri Jelezky

Print - 76 x 56 x 0.1 cm


Le pied au milieu de la figure, Shuz

Le pied au milieu de la figure


Print - 40 x 30 x 0.1 cm


Bart "Kaws" Simpson x PopArt - I Love You NOT, Koen Betjes

Bart "Kaws" Simpson x PopArt - I Love You NOT

Koen Betjes

Print - 42 x 29.7 x 0.1 cm


Subway map - Notre dame, JMC

Subway map - Notre dame


Print - 40 x 30 x 0.2 cm


I dreamed of a cute streetart robot, Milou

I dreamed of a cute streetart robot


Print - 30 x 30 x 0.1 cm


Pop Art Print for Sale

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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What is a Pop Art print?

A Pop Art print is a print that uses imagery from the Pop Art movement. This style draws inspiration from aspects of pop culture and modern life, such as everyday objects and goods, comic strips and Hollywood films. 

What is the most famous piece of Pop Art?

One of the most famous and recognizable pieces of Pop Art is Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans, a work he produced in 1961 that consists of 32 posters each depicting a can of Campbell's soup.

What images are used in Pop Art?

Images frequently used in Pop Art include everyday goods such as food and drink items, characters and scenes in the style of comic strips, and imagery inspired by Hollywood films.