As though taking on the forms of massive pop posters, the Seripop Project creates abstract art installations that is a feast for the eyes. Using what appears to be nothing more than paint and paper, the creative studio takes grade school crafts to a whole new level. Channeling Andy Warhol and other pop artists, the Seripop Project gives audiences vibrant works that are at once mind-numbing and thought-provoking.
The Seripop Project is made up of Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum, two Canadian artists based in Montreal, Quebec. Whether their large-scale works of art lay crumbled on the floor or suspended in giant rolls from the ceiling, they show the versatility of such materials as well as the boundless imaginations of the creators.
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