Andy Warhol was one of the world’s most famous Pop Artists. He often used a printmaking technique called silkscreen to produce multiple art prints quickly and easily.
His subjects were typically from pop culture and were things people saw frequently: soup cans, celebrities, bridges. Below is his print of the Brooklyn Bridge and a collaborative print/painting with Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Click on the screenshot to go to Tate Kids’ page on Warhol.