The punk artists who inspired Palace’s up coming capsule collection
In the 70s, John Dove and Molly White dressed Debbie Harry and Iggy Pop. Now, their striking work is inspiring a Palace capsule collection out this month.
tt the artist is the baltimore club queen bringing women to the front
Whether she's running a feminist record label or painting 'Black pop art,' TT won't be confined to one discipline.
the world may be changing but duggie fields remains so cool
With the BFI’s sold out celebration of his films set to take place tomorrow afternoon, we met with the kiss curled, Spock-browed master of Maximalism at home in his beloved Earls Court.
tate modern explores pop around the world
Pop Art wasn’t just a western phenomenon, it turned up everywhere from Latin America to Asia, Eastern Europe to the Middle East.
women who changed the face of pop art
A look at the incredible characters who helped progress the movement.
how pop art influenced fashion
i-D investigates the special relationship between visual art and fashion.
meet the new internet cult art hero, ms nina
At a time when every model – no matter how good they actually look – is getting retouched to appear prettier and thinner, you could almost forget that there is more to photography than Photoshop. But that doesn’t apply to Jorgeline Andrea Torres aka Ms...
basquiat, ai wei wei and keith haring in new post pop show at the saatchi
Capitalists and Communists were equally seduced by the power of Pop Art, a new show at the Saatchi Gallery reveals.
Last week we were thrilled to hold a special preview night of the incredible new show at the Gallery of NSW, Pop to popism. We invited some friends and spent a few special hours taking in some of the world's most iconic art.
allen jones & the directness of pop art
He might’ve been a college contemporary of David Hockney, a friend of Ed Ruscha and a creator of one of the world’s most recognisable pieces of art (Chair, a tied-up woman fashioned into the base of a seat), but it’s a wonder that Allen Jones and the...
ray johnson and the birth of mail art
Today, the only things in our mailboxes are bedding catalogues and menus from Chinese takeouts. But for legendary pop artist Ray Johnson, mailboxes were the Met.
introducing the crown prince of pop art: philip colbert and the rodnik band
If Andy Warhol and Katy Perry had a love child (amidst claims that the father was actually Marcel Duchamp) he’d be a lot like Philip Colbert. The Willy Wonka of Wearable Art, Philip sees humour in the banal, and satire in the commonplace, which is why...