A triumph of vivid colors and abstract shapes intertwining , celebrating the pop art movement that took the art world by storm from the 1950. The bold lines and contrasting colors create a pattern that is nowhere near defined and yet gives the imagination an idea of faces and shapes that can be identified, a secret meaning that is different for each person and their idea of art. The vision came from the inspiration of the most famous artist of the pop art movement, Andy Warhol, and the desire to make a tribute to the city of Modena. Capital of luxury cars and delicious cousine, Modena was also the place chosen to display the first solo gallery show of Jean-Michel Basquiat, street artist and friend of Warhol.
From a sketch on paper to an outstanding backsplash. The beauty of pop art is to let creativity flow, and use the colors and the energy as a strenght instead of limiting it. We designed the graphic to be cut in a way that reads almost like the comic strips that the colors resemble.