Maxwell Dickson, Los Angeles-based design house, creates arresting pop art using a variety of techniques and imagery. A tableful of empty liquor bottles, a traffic jam of stacked colorblocked typography, and a literal, comic POP are a few of the pieces in the company’s Dickson wall art collection.
Maxwell Dickson, Los Angeles-based design house, creates arresting pop art using a variety of techniques and imagery. A tableful of empty liquor bottles, a traffic jam of stacked colorblocked typography, and a literal, comic POP are a few of the pieces in the company’s Dickson wall art collection. AP
Maxwell Dickson, Los Angeles-based design house, creates arresting pop art using a variety of techniques and imagery. A tableful of empty liquor bottles, a traffic jam of stacked colorblocked typography, and a literal, comic POP are a few of the pieces in the company’s Dickson wall art collection. AP

Home decor: Pop art packs a punch

August 22, 2014 08:00 PM

UPDATED August 20, 2014 07:23 PM

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