安迪·沃霍尔被认为是这场运动的领军艺术家之一，也是波普艺术文化的创始人。他曾在纽约作为商业艺术家和杂志和报纸的插图画家。他使用了在商业艺术中受欢迎的名人形象（Lippard＆Marmer，1966）。他的着名作品“坎贝尔汤罐”和坎贝尔的番茄汁盒使用日常消费对象的插图。安迪·沃霍尔（Andy Warhol）也使用了玛丽莲·梦露（Marilyn Monroe）（当时的顶级女演员）的形象，并制作了多幅相片。版画拼贴被称为“二十五色玛丽莲”。这显示了安迪对美国人生活的迷恋。
Andy Warhol is considered to be one of the leading artists of this movement and also a founder of Pop Art culture. He worked as a commercial artist and an illustrator for magazines and newspaper in New York. He used celebrity images which were popular among common people for commercial art (Lippard & Marmer, 1966). His famous work “Campbell Soup Cans’ and Campbell’s Tomato Juice box used everyday consumer objects for illustration. Andy Warhol also used the images of Marilyn Monroe (top actress of that time) and made several prints of it. The collage of prints was called “Twenty Five Coloured Marilyns”. This shows Andy’s fascination with the American life.
Roy Lichtenstein used motifs, illustrations in comic books and newspapers in his art works. His famous work “Drowning Girl” which again was inspired by the ordinary aspects of life went on to become an icon and an antique in the Pop Art history.
Robert Rauschenberg, also one of the pioneers of Pop Art movement used elements of everyday experience in his works. He used different techniques like silk-screening, collage, dye transfers, paintings and materials like fabric, stuffed animals, printed materials etc. to create his art.
.Eduardo Paolozzi was one of the founding members of Pop Art in Britain. He used a wide range of materials and objects in his work. He also used clippings from magazines and newspapers to prepare collages and art works. His famous work “I Waa a Rich Man’s Plaything” was also one such collage which used the cut outs of everyday consumer objects to make an illustration.