Pop & street art

Pop art is an art movement that started in Great Britain in the 1950s and continued in the US and Britain in the 1960s. It was inspired from sources in popular and commercial culture. Its main period ended in the early 1970s.

Pop Art typically blurs mass culture and fine art with a commercial focus, while Street Art challenges norms and sparks dialogue through graffiti and urban art. While Pop Art engages consumerism, Street Art often amplifies social messages. These complementary styles have both gained global acclaim.