After the Second World War, the consumption styles that differed with the radical changes that took place in all areas of art and life, led to the Pop Art movement. Pop Art, born as a stance against Dadaism and Abstract Expressionism, has created its own existence by adding an artistic meaning to ordinary objects of daily life. Pop Art movement, which emerged in England with the influence of mass media, started to show itself in America simultaneously and famous artists of the period used ordinary objects that were a part of their daily life in their artistic productions. It will not be coincidental that they prefer the serigraphy printing technique intensely as an artistic expression tool that will support their composition consisting of unit repetitions. In addition, political and social events played a role in the effects of serigraphy in the development of Pop Art. Serigraphy printing, which is related to ideology and allows to produce the desired number of works, was preferred to create an original, effective and striking expression language. In this research, the effects of the screen printing technique on the development of Pop Art aimed at this extent have been examined in a general framework.
Keywords: Pop Art, consumer culture, screen printing