The claim of Pop Art comes to bathroom handed by David Delfin
April 12, 2016 · News update
If you are thinking of giving a touch of color and vitality to the decoration of the bathroom, we offer you our rectangular washbasin Olea with FLASH pattern.
The pop art was born as opposed to the elitist culture of the 50´s: images of the world of advertisings, movies, comics or worldly objects, were an excuse to create a popular culture separated from the context of Fine Arts of the twentieth century.
Although there have become common images and they are present in every home today in one way or another, the intention of the fathers of pop art was a claim, something that remains at the essence of this movement.
David Delfin has paid tribute to this way of understanding art through its Flash pattern that is part of the Bathco by David Delfin collection. This design makes a nod to the Memphis group and acts as an encrypted code that goes directly to the emotions and sensations without going through rational analysis. As the author says, “it is the use of representational art as an answer”.
In decor, pop art is distinguished by being very free in addition to let your imagination and creativity fly without too many restrictions, getting breakers and very personal spaces.
If you're thinking of giving a touch of color and vitality to the decoration of the bathroom, we offer you our rectangular washbasin Olea with FLASH pattern. The combination of colors - blue, yellow, red and orange - gives life to objects that already were in works of major figures of this movement as Roy Lichtenstein or Takashi Murakami. If you can differentiate sobriety and classical decoration you've achieved pop atmosphere.