Inspired By The Pop Culture: The Explosive And Colorful Paintings Of James Rawson


The paintings of the British artist James Rawson, defined as a postmodern pop artist, who mixes painting and collage to create explosive and colorful compositions, filled with references to movies, brands, comics or iconic objects. James Rawson revisits the pop culture of the last 50 years, but also the societal problems like over-consumption, poverty, junk food or the omnipresence of advertising.

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