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Decorating with Pop Art: 5 Artists to Know

When we say Pop Art, one will quickly bring to mind the bright, upbeat colors of Andy Warhol or the messages of positivity conveyed by Keith Haring. Pop Art’s strength lies in its ultra-saturated tones, cultural relevance and pithy tone.

The greatest names of the movement have left behind a legacy that continues to inspire artists today. Paying tribute to Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney and Keith Haring, these 5 KAZoaRT artists embody the essence of the contemporary Pop Art movement. Which one catches your eye?

Eugen Dick

A German artist, Eugen Dick unveils a world full of colors where he uses his palette to give life to large, color-saturated portraits.

In Practice: He became interested in portraiture during his studies. Eugen Dick principally works with acrylics on a large scale using a spatula to apply flat fields of color. Accustomed to working on commission, he can realize majestic portraits from photographs for those wishing to revive the art of portraiture in Pop Art. 

Decorative Value: Eugen Dick’s portraits blend in wonderfully with modern, contemporary interiors. The higher your ceilings, the better the painting will look!

What we love: Those deep, mysterious eyes full of secrets.

Original 1004 portrait

Acrylic painting (150 x 150 cm)

Original 1003 portrait

Painting acrylic (120 x 120 cm)

Original 994 portrait

Painting acrylic (80 x 80 cm)

Misako Street Art

Touching on Street Art, graffiti and Pop Art, Misako is a well-rounded artist. Her creations fit perfectly between the urban and the contemporary while revisiting  icons of popular culture.

In Practice: Misako resorts to a panel of materials such as  ink, acrylic, spray paint, markers, stencils, and drip techniques to make a flashy canvas and a refined result. 

Decorative Value: Misako’s art works great alone or in combination with other art. There is something for everyone thanks to her diversity of formats, explosive colors and softness of tones. 

What we love: The artist knows how to appeal to our nostalgic side.

Glasses 1

Mixed media (100 x 100 cm)


Mixed media (30 x 30 cm)


Mixed media (80 x 80 cm)

Morgan Paslier

By playing with materials and textures, this fine digital craftsman draws from popular culture and creates colorful portraits that walk the line between photography and graphic design.

In Practice: Paslier follows strict creative steps. First he photographs, then he edits and digitizes. By superimposing pieces of images, he creates a background that will be covered by a famous portrait.

Decorative Value: His large formats will immediately set the tone for any room. The particularity of these works is that they are not governed by color and can easily find their place in any home or office.

What we love: The choice of icons Morgan Paslier chooses to depict. His work is perfect for fans of Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Jean-Michel Basquiat and more! 


Digital print (50 x 50 cm)

Audrey Hepburn

Mixed media (100 x 100 cm)

Mère des dragons

Digital print (50 x 50 cm)


Art’Mony is a visual artist whose works vibrate with energy. Her oeuvre is an immersion in a colorful world, which would almost plunge us back into childhood by the multiple cultural references that she maintains.

In practice: Art’Mony paints and sculpts. She mixes resin, felt pens, collages and acrylic paint. The result is like the diversity of her materials: explosive and recreational!

Decorative Value: The profusion of colors is not to be dismissed from a refined interior. On the contrary, a room’s character can be enhanced by the presence of a Pop Art work for a modern pop of color!  

What we love: The unconditional positivity that emanates from her works!


Ceramic sculpture (14 x 30 cm)

Pop Clint Eastwood

Mixed media (30 x 40 cm)

Pop éléphant

Wood sculpture (30 x 32 cm)

Rolf Saint-Agnes

Rolf Saint-Agnes’ art is based on an uncompromising use of color. His subjects, which range from the Parisian landscape to the king of the jungle, are a pictorial storm. A decade spent in New York put him on the path to Pop Art, which is now his artistic religion.

In Practice: Armed with his brushes and a wide palette of colors, Rolf Saint-Agnes composes his canvases with precision. His large formats, fed by an infinite number of brushstrokes and dots, reflect the artist’s unfailing perfectionism!

Decorative Value: The world of Rolf Saint-Agnès would find its place in a more playful interior. The subjects, as much as the colors, are a source of joy for young and old!

What we love: This invitation to let our imaginations run wild like we did as children.

Les nuages dessinent des paysages éphémères

Acrylic painting (114 x 146 cm)

Don’t juge a dog by its bone !

Acryling painting (73 x 100 cm)

Couleurs Paname

Acrylic painting (81 x 100 cm)

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