Good To Know: How to create a Pop Art inspired portrait

Discover how to create your own Pop Art portrait the easy way!

Pop Art — the ‘anti art’ of the 50s with vibrant colours and imagery remains popular to this day. Did you know that many of the earliest Pop Artist’s original aims were to create ‘anti-art’ by using popular culture figures in this entirely new form of art?

In this tutorial, Sadie Lee from the National Portrait Gallery demonstrates how to make your own version of a Pop Art inspired portrait.

Header Image Credit: George Pagan III


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