Pop Art Tattoos

Gallery of pop art style tattoos that can be filtered by subject, body part and size.

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Turkish
Alev Sarıdone
room Istanbul Turkish
4
Tattoos
4
likes
5
followers
Minimalist
Contemporary
+4

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American
Shannon Perrydone
room Seattle American
74
Tattoos
65
likes
30
followers
Single Needle · Microrealism
Realism
+2

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Italian
Mattia Mambodone
room Meda Italian
216
Tattoos
132
likes
74
followers
Traditional
Contemporary
+1

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Australian
Luke Cormierdone
room Sydney Australian
44
Tattoos
3
likes
1
follower
Contemporary
Pop Art
+3

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British
Andrew Marsh · Little Andydone
room Redditch British
140
Tattoos
155
likes
46
followers
Surrealism
Abstract
+2

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Polish
Rafael Makarov · Dzikson Wildstyledone
room Kraków Polish
108
Tattoos
64
likes
42
followers
Realism
Contemporary
+1

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David Côtédone
room Montreal
406
Tattoos
560
likes
153
followers
Surrealism
Abstract
+2

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Polish
Aleksy Marcinówdone
room Magdeburg German
100
Tattoos
117
likes
44
followers
Surrealism
Contemporary
+1

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American
Geary Morrilldone
room Richmond American · Ferndale American
38
Tattoos
34
likes
24
followers
Neotraditional
Surrealism
+2

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Greek
Slipydone
room Chalandri Greek
15
Tattoos
18
likes
13
followers
Contemporary
Pop Art
+1

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South Korean
Polyc SJ
room Seoul South Korean
Contemporary
Contemporary
+2

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Australian
Brodie Pedersen · Leisure Bandit
room Perth Australian
Contemporary
Pop Art

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French
Mat Rule
room Paris French
Contemporary
Pop Art
+1

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American
Ry Tang
room Tucson American
Contemporary
Contemporary
+1

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Polish
Marcin Aleksander Surowiec
room Warsaw Polish
Abstract
Surrealism
+3

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Belarusian Belarusian
Giena Todryk
room Kraków Polish
Abstract
Surrealism
+2

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British
Lucy Hawkins · Lucy Blue
room Leeds British
Cartoon
Comic
+2

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Brazilian
William Nascimento
room Arujá Brazilian
Realism
Contemporary
+1

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“The Pop artists did images that anybody walking down Broadway could recognize in a split second—comics, picnic tables, men’s trousers, celebrities, shower curtains, refrigerators, coke bottles—all the great modern things that the Abstract Expressionists tried so hard not to notice at all.” – Andy Warhol

Pop Art can take many aesthetic forms, characterized primarily by the subject matter. Pop artists criticize or parody pop culture, consumerism, and mass media.

Following the Abstract and Expressionist movements, Pop Art marked a contemporary return to more identifiable subject matter. In fact, by mocking celebrities and pop culture, it is arguably the most identifiable subject matter since religious iconography.

The birth of Pop Art is commonly credited to New York artists of the 1960s, such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Claes Oldenburg. It is still alive today, all over the world, commonly found in digital media, tattooing and street art. Banksy is credited with being one of the most recognizable pop artists of the 21st century.

The intention of Pop Artists is what makes them Pop Artists, along with their use of existing imagery in pop culture. Their work is a critical reaction to mass consumption of products and people for commercial reasons. They aim to mock the entire value system that emerged in the west following WWII.

Ironically, Pop Art often becomes very commercially valuable because the subject matter is still widely consumed. This paradoxically launches a counter-culture into the mainstream, sometimes making the artists themselves very famous in the exact environment they set out to dismantle.

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