Pop art emerged in the 1950s and 1960s as a response to the consumer culture and mass media imagery of the time, and it emphasized bold colors, graphic shapes, and a playful sense of irony and humor.

By understanding the principles of pop art, designers at lgxbranding can create designs that are visually impactful, playful, and engaging. We often use bold and vibrant colors to make our designs stand out, incorporate graphic shapes and patterns to create a sense of structure and movement, and play with irony and humor to create designs that are both memorable and meaningful.

Not into pop art? No problem. We always adapt our designs to the needs of your company.
Andy Warhol
Keith Haring