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Different Styles Of Pop Art

Leah Spencer

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Pop art portraits are fascinating pieces of art that are bright and energetic. Pop art effects on your photographs are modernistic, yet with a characteristic touch of minimalism. Its categorical style of bold and vibrant colors brings about a spectacular and boundless energy to the subject or to the room. Pop art is an adaptive art form. It absorbs the colors, strokes, and style from various art forms. Here is a list of styles you can see in pop art portraits.

Various patterns of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol style

Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol were two great pop artists whose work is still an inspiration to upcoming pop artists. The comic style of Lichtenstein and the classic style of Warhol are appreciated for generations.

3D pop art
Charles Fazzino invented 3D pop art form wherein this style of art adds a lot of depth and dimension to your photograph.

Pastel pop art

In this style of pop art, warm pastel colors are used instead of the usual bright fluorescent colors. These look appealing and pleasant with an elegant haze.

Pencil sketch

The unique style of pencil sketching is the different shades created using different strokes. This effect is traditional yet modern.

Oil painting style

This is a sort of a traditional style but with contemporary techniques and designs.

Watercolor splash

Pop art by itself is colorful and bright. Your photograph will become more colorful with this lavish splash of vibrant colors.

Ancient Diary style

You can get your photograph printed on an ancient diary. That is what your “ancient diary style pop art” looks like. This style is much similar to retro style but imprinted with a diary.

Green earth style
When you want your picture look like a painting in green, then this is the best choice.

Cartoon style
This style is a typical trademark of veteran pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Applying this style in your beloved photograph, you can spread some humor and fun shapes like your favorite cartoon character

Tinted Bunch
If you want to add more colors in a definite form in your photographs, then this style of pop art is the one you must choose.

Vivid colors
You can change the colors in your picture using this pop art style. This effect is bright and powerful and captures entire attention to it.

Marooned style
This is much similar to an old-fashioned style with colors in shades of maroon.

Retro style
Represents return of antique style and color. By applying a retro style, you can present a vintage effect in your photos.

Papyrus style
Papyrus style art form is a traditional art form of Egypt. Now, you can get a pop art of your own in a papyrus style

Psychedelic style
This is an innovative graphic art style usually seen with surrealistic subject and kaleidoscopic patterns. It sometimes revolves around psychedelic mood of the person mostly with repetition of motifs.

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