在1956，理查德·汉密尔顿谁是一个突出的独立组成员做了一个拼贴命名为“只是什么是它使今天的家园如此吸引人？”这种拼贴出用一个男人在一个充满各种消费品的房子一个女人的吸引力的切口。这两部作品被认为是英国波普艺术最早的作品。1961举办“青年同时代展览”。本次展览共展出波普艺术作品像Derek Bosher，几个艺术家Allen Jones、RB Kitaj，霍克尼和Peter Philips。波普艺术获得了更多的认可在英国时，肯·罗素制作了一部电影，它被称为“流行架上”，这为英国广播公司。同时，美国也看到了艺术世界的运动。这些艺术风格也从作品中的大众对象中得到灵感。他们用普通的、易于识别的对象表达存在的文化在当时（麦道夫，1997）。波普艺术的主要焦点是反映实际的当代美国，由像Ray Johnson波普艺术家的作品，罗伯特·劳森伯格和贾斯培·琼斯体现了这。几首流行的艺术展览在纽约举行，洛杉矶等，这有助于显意识，在USA. Roy Lichtenstein，AndyWarhol，克拉斯奥尔登堡，Tom Wesselmann波普艺术的名声，Robert Indiana和Alex Katz几位著名艺术家举办展览。这些艺术家的作品后来成为流行艺术文化的偶像。这样的一些著名的作品“八Elvises”的安迪·沃霍尔，“落水女孩”罗伊·利希滕斯坦和“你的旗帜”的贾斯培·琼斯。
In 1956, Richard Hamilton who was a prominent member of Independent group made a collage named “Just what is it that makes today’s homes so appealing?” This collage made out by using the attractive cutouts of a man and a woman in a house filled with all the consumer goods. These two works are considered to be the earliest works in Pop art in Britain. In 1961 an exhibition named “Young Contemporaries Exhibition” was held. This exhibition featured pop art works by several artists like Derek Bosher, Allen Jones, RB Kitaj, David Hockney and Peter Philips. Pop Art gained more recognition in Britain when Ken Russell made a film on it called “Pop Goes the Easel” and it was featured on BBC. Meanwhile, the USA was seeing movements in art world. These art styles were also drawing inspiration from mass objects in their works. They drew ordinary, easily recognizable subjects expressing the existing culture at that time (Madoff, 1997).The main focus of Pop art was to reflect the actual contemporary America and the works by pop artists like Ray Johnson, Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns reflected this. Several solo pop art exhibitions were held in New York, Los Angeles etc. which helped in the significant awareness and fame of Pop art in USA. Roy Lichtenstein, AndyWarhol, Claes Oldenburg, Tom Wesselmann, Robert Indiana and Alex Katz were some of the prominent artists who held these exhibitions. Works by many of these artists later went to become icons in the pop art culture. Some of such famous works are “Eight Elvises” by Andy Warhol, “Drowning Girl” by Roy Lichtenstein and “Thee Flags” by Jasper Johns.
The Pop art artists unlike the Abstract Expressionism artists used methods like acrylic painting and paid more attention to collage. Inspired by an anti-art movement “Dada”, Pop art believed that art can be made from anything and even scrap materials can be used to create an art.