Pop Art is most commonly associated with New York artists of the 1960s, particularly icons such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. In fact, Andy Warhol went so far as to describe Pop Art as a kind of “embodiment of the American Dream”. However, the movement actually originated in Britain after the Second World War, before very quickly moving across

Throughout history, art has been a tool for the deepest expression of human emotions, so it is no surprise that looking at art can change our mood or strengthen an emotion we are already feeling. Colour psychology is complex. All Colours are layered with symbolism, and meanings vary across different cultures, and also typically come with both positive and sometimes