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gorilla seeing red

Literally seeing red, this gorilla is a great showcase for Alex Jones' detailed study of animal faces and expressions - flourished in the Pop Art style.

Yellow Gorilla

A sample of the Pop Art influences that have been a popular mainstay of the art world since the 1950s, Alex Jones' Yellow Gorilla In Anger is available now.

Green Gorilla

Don't get on the wrong side of this gorilla! This innovative Alex Jones piece was one of a limited edition of prints to be launched in March 2018.

Yellow Zebra

Vivid colours and shades come together to create everlasting images of some of the best loved animals, and Alex Jones' yellow and black zebra is a perfect example.

Pink zebra

Drawing inspiration from the Pop Art movement begun in the 1950s, this strikingly bold Pink Zebra Stripes piece is available at Alex Jones' Wildlife Studio website.

Zebra in black and blue

Alex Jones' very own take on the celebrated Pop Art movement includes a menagerie of animals such as the zebra (pictured here in blue and black).

cross eyd Tiger

A comfortable fit in any art gallery or art collection, this version of the Cross Eyed Girl Tiger is one of a limited edition range by Alex Jones.

cross eyed girl tiger

The bright blue backdrop of this version of the Cross Eyed Girl Tiger makes for a hugely effective contrast with the natural colours of this animal.

Pink Cross Eyed Girl Tiger

A worthy collector's item, Alex Jones' Pink Cross Eyed Girl Tiger art print comes with its very own authenticated certificate and has been numbered and signed.

Fixated Panther

Alex Jones' Fixated Panther print is also available in orange and green colours, part of the limited edition Pop Art-inspired range available at The Wildlife Studio website.

Purple Fixated Panther

An excellent example of the Pop Art style, the Purple Fixated Panther has eyes that will follow you all around the room!

The Fixated Panther with red background

The Fixated Panther (against a red backdrop) piece is a highly effective example of the combination of Alex Jones' passion for wildlife imagery and first class artwork.

Pink Panther fixated

"Alex Jones' superb Pink Panther Fixated piece is available now as a 60"" x 48"" glass framed artwork, and is signed and numbered by Alex."

Fixated panther in blue

A must have for any fans of art or wildlife, Alex Jones' Pop Art-inspired Fixated Panther is available in many shades of blue.

14 Colourful Unique Images

It’s not just animal wildlife that brings Alex Jones to unexplored locations wth the norm photos. The style in the face and animals eyes.

In March 2018 Alex has explored his exact images (see https://thewildlife.studio), into the Pop Movement. There are only 12 Limited Editions. All images are:

* 60”x 48” Framed in Glass

*Signed in Printer and Alex Jones numbered,

*Authenticated Certificate

*Archival Pigment Print, or Aluminium

PRICE £9500.00

Silverback “In Anger!”

Zebra “Stripes”

Tiger (Cross-Eyed) “Big Hugs”

Panther “Fixated!”

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That Define the Pop Art Movement

Since making its colorful debut in the 1950s, Pop Art has remained a prominent artistic movement. Thanks to the innovations of well-known masters like Andy Warhol, David Hockey, and Keith Haring, the one-of-a-kind genre marked the end of modernism and celebrated the onset of contemporary art.

Key pieces of Pop Art helped to facilitate this significant shift in artistic sensibilities. From Richard Hamilton's unconventional collage that sparked the movement to Roy Lichtenstein's most iconic comic book adaptation, these experimental masterpieces prove that popular culture is more than meets the eye.

What is Pop Art?

Pop Art is a distinctive genre of art that first “popped” up in post-war Britain and America. Primarily characterized by an interest in popular culture and imaginative interpretations of commercial products, the movement ushered in a new and accessible approach to art. Ranging from quirky to critical, the pieces produced by Pop artists in the 1950s and 1960s commented on contemporaneous life and events.

In addition to the unique iconography itself, the artists' treatment of the subject matter helps to define the genre. Renowned for its bold imagery, bright color palette, and repetitive approach inspired by mass production, the movement is celebrated for its unique and recognisable style.