Pop Star Pets

Fifteen minutes of fame for our four-legged friends. Dog and cat lovers are turning their furry loved ones into larger-than-life canvas pop art portraits.

Brisbane, Australia, November 16, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Andy Warhol once said that in the future, everyone would have their fifteen minutes of fame. It seems that this is extending to our friends of the four-legged variety as well.

Much-loved dogs and cats around the world are being immortalised as canvas-printed pop art to adorn their proud owners’ walls.

The pet pop art portraits are created from photographs and are transformed into vibrant, larger-than-life canvas artworks.

“The pop art style means that the customer can spice up the canvas with bright colours and patterns to add real character to their loved ones’ portrait,” explains Matt Pascoe, director of online pop art service, PascoePopArt.com.

Inspired by the 1950s pop art movement, Australian firm PascoePopArt.com has created hundreds of customised canvases for people and pets alike.

“The majority of our work has been of people, however we are seeing a growing number of furry faces come through our studio,” Pascoe said.

PascoePopArt.com is an internet-based service that allows the customer to order and view their personalised artwork online before paying a cent.

“Creating the artworks first, rather than asking for payment upfront, allows the customer to see exactly what they will receive. It is important that the customer feels confident they will get what they are paying for.”

“We ask for payment only when the customer if 100% happy with the artwork that has been created.”

Furthermore, delivery of PascoePopArt artworks is free throughout the world.

10% of net proceeds from every PascoePopArt sale goes to international charity, Doctors Without Borders.

To immortalise your pet as a brightly coloured artwork, go to www.pascoepopart.com.

Pascoe Pop Art
Rachel Derrick
+61 431 091 045