The Pop Art movement, in which all the possibilities of the popular culture dominated by interdisciplinary art can be used, has emerged and developed within the modern art. The movement, which also appeared with Cubism and Dadaism, has shown signs of all interdisciplinary arts we can see until today.In this sense, with the approach of pushing the boundaries of thought, the collage by Richard Hamilton, who is one of the forerunners of Pop Art movement, named "Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?", is the most acclaimed form of this understanding and can be seen as the first example of Pop Art's first collage. Interdisciplinary artworks based on modern art movements have succeeded to create a real irony with a variety of subject materials by providing more freedom of expression to the artists who have adopted movements such as Pop Art, Cubism and Dada. The new methods and techniques used by artists who were productive throughout the period they were affected have gained a new acceleration with cultural change, industrialization, and technological innovations, social and economic changes. In addition to the paint in their works, artists have started to use techniques such as collage and assembly for assembling with ready-made objects and ready-made materials.In this context, in this research article, the work of artist Richard Hamilton, "Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?" is examined and analyzes related to be an art and equipment material have been made.
Key Words: Popular Culture, Consumption Culture, Pop Art, Collage, Ready Material