One of the hallmarks of twentieth-century pop art is the presence of popular mass culture themes. Andy Warhol is one of the key artists in this genre, and his artwork has since influenced a number of other talented individuals.
Pop art frequently contains references to comic books, advertising, music, celebrities, and other cultural fixtures. It often exposes these elements out of their regular context, like the shirts below that fuse Darth Vader’s iconic helmet with Superman’s equally-recognizable suit.
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