Pop art advertising is a fruitful concept that assimilates a brand with popular culture as well as vintage art. This expressive marketing strategy captures attention and appeals to a wide variety of audiences.
Started by Andy Warhol, pop art was an art movement that shook the 20th century with its bright colors and funky images. 55 years since its break into popularity, pop art is just as dominate in the marketing industry. The use of recognizable images and artistic flair prove to be very beneficial and welcome in terms of advertising. Through the use of popular culture, a brand can find exceptional resources that will attract a mass following and in turn, aid in the creation of brand identity.
Pop art advertising is an enriching brand strategy that creates a beautiful harmony between art and marketing concepts.
30 Examples of Pop Art Advertising
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Grungy Pop-Art Ads
Artful Fast-Food Packaging
Pop Art Knitwear Catalogs
Graphic Surfwear Catalogs
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