Pop artists borrowed imagery from popular culture—from sources including television, comic books, and print advertising—often to challenge conventional values propagated by the mass media, from notions of femininity and domesticity to consumerism and patriotism.
What makes Pop Art different from other art?
Part of what makes Pop art unique is that it rejects the notion of uniqueness. Instead of trying to be unique, pop artists embraced mass-production and elements from popular culture. Artworks in the Pop art style often employ commercial techniques such as silk screening to produce multiple replicas of artwork.