It’s time for your 15 minutes of fame

Pop Art in House brings art movement home

June 15, 2015 – It’s a crowded celebrity world these days: reality stars who are famous for being famous, children of film stars, manufactured pop idols, viral video sensations. The timing is perfect for a revival of sorts of the Pop art movement.


Pop Art in House is a new online shop that debuts July 1. The shop creates a high quality image from a photograph sent by the customer.  The image is printed and shipped free anywhere in the world. The customized Pop art portraits arrive ready to be hung in the home. Reductions of 25%, 50% and 75% are offered to those who prefer a rolled canvas, which means they ‘ll do the stretching locally.


“Our Pop art images are the perfect way to impress your friends,” says Nora, Pop Art in House’s creative director. “Self-portraits are sure to be very popular. We offer 15 sizes, from 30cm x 30cm to 100cm x 100cm, which provides additional customization options. But, in true Pop art fashion, we think bigger is better when it comes to a self-portrait.”


The Pop art movement began in the mid-1950s in Great Britain, emerging in the United States a few years later. Pop artists leaned toward realism, stylizing everyday objects with an ironic twist. Andy Warhol, who commented that, “In the future, everybody will be famous for 15 minutes,” is one of the world’s best known Pop artists. Roy Lichtenstein’s comic book-like images are also representative of the Pop art movement.


“Pop Art in the House portraits feature the bright colors that evoke positive emotions,” says the creative director. “The end result is sure to bring a smile to your face, which is what Pop art is all about.”

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