My initial thoughts about the word pop’ sparked thought in me straight away i started thinking about colours and how the word pop could best describe the colours. Wen looking at andy wahrol pop art work i definitely could see a similarities between pop art and opt art and how the phrase pop’ could well describe colour or patten. however in the 60’s is when a platform to share and show case pop’ music was created. it became popular because it was allowed to to reach enough listeners for that group decisions to be made. opt art in the 1960s was the fact its a new wave thats had over taken.
What is pop art? Pop art is a genre of art that uses elements of popular culture, it often uses techniques from commercial art and advertisings. Pop is known as popular, when you join art to pop, it makes “Popular Art”. Popular art includes all the things that are famous at a certain period. Pop art was exposed among those artists who called themselves the Independent Group (IG) in the mid-1950s and became famous in the 1960s in America and Britain.
ii), and that often everyday objects and actions seen in the sub cultures of popular culture is what influences a lot of industries. She outlines, “the street art idiom within a larger pop-cultural perspective can offer new design strategies that could inspire graphic designers to present more appropriate and respectful design solutions” (p. ii). This art from the 1980's was heavily influenced by the hip hop popular culture, which has grown, and has seen many designs influenced by it in more recent years, even if the target audience is not a part of that sub
In fact, Kate Spade has clearly felt this pressure and recently released their own version of a smart watch. If they fail to innovate along with the technological advances they will get left behind. A smart watch is a risky move though, as it is a difficult market to break into with already incredibly strong competitors in Apple and other fitness bands. Their one claim is making an on otherwise awkward and bulky tech item a cute fashion statement. Despite their fashion prowess, Many reviewers commented on the hard to use programming and incompatibility with their particular smart phones.
The western world is the world of fantasy for many who live in third world or developing countries. Most of the times, these countries act as information receivers of western world. The Pop Music has created a culture called Pop Culture or Popular Culture. They are the tools for cross cultural communication. It has greater influence and fame in the countries of Asia especially in China and India, where the population of native English speakers is in rapid growth.
In fact, the meaning of popular culture began to merge all different types of cultures for a mass consumption (Crossman). Popular Culture has created historic influences throughout the years. Shaping many. positive views and impacts on why it should be studied.
However the situation has altered now and Mexicans are creating unique designs of their own and creating a cultural revolution which is expected to rule the world sooner. India in fact has options for wholesale purchase of Mexican clothing. Handmade clothing from brands such as Santa Lupita are also being exported Mexico to Europe as Europeans are equally enjoying the new trends in their fashion and stitches. Outcomes of the Fusion Fashion So what happens when the countries like India, America and Europe fuse in their fashion trends? Simply speaking, new fashion styles, along with traditional expertise and designs, talents, and trends get spread from one corner of the world to another.
Disappointingly, this new crop of musician will always find a way to get inspired by a Diana Ross, a Michael Jackson, or an Elvis Presley. These are some of the woes I go through when I look at today’s popular music, and they are the reason why I mourn for the good old and gone times of Thriller, and Billie Jean. Almost every decade that passes always comes with a new style of music, but the 1980’s was a period of exponential evolution in the pop industry that has remained unmatched to date. Perhaps the best description of the origin of pop music is the one given by Starr and
With people been brought closer and closer to each other by the omnipresent of media, we can say that there are aspects that are often subjected to mediate change in this technological world. Pop culture imitates and has an impact on people's everyday life. Ireland in the 1950s to 1960, people witnessed a tradition form of life, through their music, sport, language, food, entertainment, socialization etc... Those days we will say Ireland was a country that was heavily influenced by its traditional
Philippine Normal University The National Center for Teacher Education College of Teacher Development FACULTY OF EDUCATION SCIENCES Popular Culture in Education A Critical Paper Submitted In partial fulfillment of the course requirements In Prof. Ed. 05 (Development in Education) Submitted by: Jessica D. Pagay II-4 BFE Submitted to: Prof. Gerry Areta February 29, 2015 Globalization is the method of interaction and assimilation among people, nations, trade and investments guided by information technology, education and culture. Among the effects of globalization on our culture, the growth of ‘pop culture’ serves as the most appealing to everyone on a deep level wherein some countries tend to view pop culture as either americanization or westernization because they are the most influential culture which manifests globally; somehow, the idea of America invading the world’s culture isn’t new at all just like how George Ritzer used the term McDonaldization on our present society. “In an era of global capitalism, cultural distinctiveness can become more important, not less important. Because it’s sort of what people have left.” - Theda Skocpol How does popular culture affect today’s education?