Pop art finds something to celebrate within the banal. Far from what most would consider the academic pursuit of art, pop artists make commonplace objects and subjects stand out with eye-catching visual techniques. Based heavily on styles perfected by artists from New York throughout the 1960s, Pop Art is most concerned with blurring the lines between “high” art and “low” culture. Pop fine art photography challenges the idea that culture is structured, and mocks any semblance of hierarchy that can be found within that structure. For Pop Artists, the world is interconnected and the artwork they produce defines and clarifies those connections.