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By its very nature, pop art has always been defined by its willingness to lock horns with established norms, think outside of the box, constantly innovate, and reimagine what is possible. Since its birth in the mid-1950s and coming of age in the 1960s, pop art has appealed to an audience that was left in the cold by traditional art and felt it didn’t speak for them or represent their life in any way, shape, or form. Pioneers such as Andy Warhol connected with a mass market that was engaged and fascinated by pop art’s dynamic and transformative use of familiar and everyday objects and themes. Its legacy has been both enriching and profound, and subsequent generations have been inspired by an art form that best represents the vitality and vivaciousness of their culture. Sonny Henty, aka Mr. Nice, is one such individual who has been deeply influenced by the infinite possibilities of pop art. His brand ARTBYMRNICE is currently taking the art world by storm and looks set to take its place in the pantheon of pop art greats.
For those not in the know, ARTBYMRNICE is building a formidable reputation as a brand that is redefining the boundaries of modern pop art with creativity, originality, and innovation. Mr. Nice’s unique integration of neon into pop art has made the world sit up and pay attention, including celebrities such as Kesha, Harry Jowsey, Deontay Wilder, and Juice Wrld, who are all proud owners of original pieces by ARTBYMRNICE.
When asked why his company has been such a hit with people from all walks of life and all four corners of the globe, Mr. Nice explained, “The beauty of pop art is it’s never exclusive but always inclusive. People relate to it because it speaks of their life, experiences, and culture. It also has to be engaging, eye-catching, and possess an aesthetic beauty all of its own, but its appeal lies in how relatable it is to the masses, and I am happy to say that ARTBYMRNICE ticks all those boxes and more.”