Los Angeles Pop Art (also known as LA Pop Art) is an American company founded in 2004, currently headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company creates text based artwork, entirely drawn by hand. By using text such as lyrics, lists of species and much more, Los Angeles Pop Art creates images out of the text that tell the story of that specific image.
The portfolio of designs are used for the manufacture of a number of products, which include many apparel products, tote bags and aprons. The portfolio has also licensed out to partner companies for the manufacture of a wide range of products that include everything from wall art to beach towels.
Los Angeles Pop Art has worked with some of the biggest names in music and film creating pieces for The Bob Marley Estate, Godfather, Rocky, Nirvana and many more A+ properties.
The work developed at Los Angeles Pop Art has been featured in top magazines such as Playboy, and Rolling Stone as well as in top rated TV and films like Breaking Bad, Weeds & The Sopranos.
Los Angeles Pop Art products can be found in some of the largest retail chains such as Macys, Walmart, Amazon and dozens more. As well as in major tourist attraction gift shops such as The San Diego Zoo, The Empire State Building and Johnson Space Center.
Some of Los Angeles Pop Art’s original art is also included in major art collections and traveling exhibits, such as The Ronald Reagan Presidential Art Collection and The Amazing Collection at Ripley’s Believe it Or Not museums.