Influence Of Digital Technology In Creating Personalised Pop Art

The art of Andy Warhol was such that one of his pictures was soldrecently for over $100 million. He is best known for his pop art creations of celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and Mick Jaggar along with the art of the more mundane items of daily life such as Campbells soup. Other noteworthy Pop Artists are Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Kurt Schwitters, and Man Ray.

The pop art ‘process’ used today in photo studios can be used to transform a photograph into a similar work of art. With todays digital technology creating personalised Pop Art from photographs is now an affordable way to get art for your home that is your own. Warhol style four panel pop art of portraits or pets are getting increasingly popular as the colours used help create an eye catching and unique centre piece for any room.

These days, many people are trying to recreate the magic that was created by Warhol in the 50s. This is because the media and other advertisers are trying to make various inroads into the minds of the people viewing programs and advertisements by manipulating various photographs. This has largely been possible because of the creative mind of people who first created pop art culture.
Though Warhol did not have all the modern technology with him, he was able to make stunning pictures that have lasted well beyond his lifetime in popularity. The use of myriad colors by the people of yesteryears in the pop art can be replicated using todays digital technology. The technology and the creative methods have changed but the concept of using one background for another picture has remained the same, using todays technology but the old styles and designs equally stunning effects can be created using anyones favourite photos.

Some of the tools that are needed to transform photographs into pop art include software like Photoshop or illustrator. There are various companies that make the work easy and convert the photograph into pop art. The photograph is made into a digital file and then the image of the person is cut out. This image of the person is then inserted into a different background to create a unique artwork that has become transformed into pop art.

Blue Horizon Printing provides a full service Pop art creation service offering as many proofs as the customer requires until they are 100% happy with the artwork, the design is then printed onto premium quality canvas and stretched over a solid wooden frame. The final pop art masterpiece is then delivered for free ready to hang straight on the wall.

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