Using dramatic images in the pop art style is a wonderful way to add to your home s interior brightness, color, spatial dynamics, a burst of creativity and a pinch of irony.
One of the most famous people in the history of the pop art movement and contemporary art of the 20th century is Andy Warhol. His bohemian studio became a favorite source for the inspiration of many of our interior design ideas. An integral part of modern lofts are often reproductions of the pop-art works created by this famous eccentric artist, designer and writer. Oddly enough, he eschewed bright and flashy accent in his own house.
These always-recognizable images in the pop art style can be included in d?cor schemes of any house, not only in artsy loft spaces. These unusual images of consumer goods painted in the hues of the psychedelic 60’s can revive a modern minimalist interior, adding self-irony to its laconic lines and monotone colors.
The bright elements of pop-art decor create a retro feeling for the interior design of any home. For people who grew up in that era, it can bring a feeling of youth back into their lives in an artistically acceptable way. Even the most sophisticated environments can revive with a splash of pop art color. This eclectic style creates a feeling of expressive personal style.
Pop art gives home designers a way to add interest and whimsy for less than would be required for inclusion of the great master s paintings hanging on the walls. Posters and collages of pop art can be hung neatly framed on the wall and provide the same accent and style.
If you are creative, it can be relatively easy to create your own colorful pop art collage. Gather together symbolic characters and imagines in any theme you desire from sweet child s art to ultra-modern living room and create your own splash of color.