T11 foosball table artist art custom Léloluce - Babyfoot By Toulet

Pop-Art Foosball : the artist Léloluce personalizes a T11 foosball table.

As a specialist in custom-made products, Babyfoot by Toulet allows everyone to acquire a foosball table that looks like him. Making your foosball table unique by leaving it in the hands of an artist is becoming more and more common. Like this T11 pop-art foosball table customized by the artist Léloluce, visible at the showroom in Gland, Switzerland.

Focus on the Pop-Art movement

Pop art is an artistic movement that began in the mid-1950s in Great Britain and spread rapidly to the United States. It was heavily influenced by popular culture, including advertising, comics and film. Pop-art artists sought to incorporate elements of popular culture into their work, often using images of celebrities and consumer products.

The works were often characterized by bright colors and repetitive patterns. Some of the most famous artists of the movement include Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Jeff Koons. Pop art has had a tremendous influence on contemporary art and continues to inspire many artists today.

Léloluce, an international painter and sculptor

Originally from the Savoie region of France, Léloluce is a complete painter and is quoted on the international art market. Former accountant, she decided to live from her passion and her art more than twelve years ago. Colorful, dazzling, sensual, the works of Léloluce display a very singular style between Street-art and Pop-Art. Painting, sculpture, abstract work, the artist does not lack imagination to express his art.

All these creations are unique works like the personalization realized on the T11 foosball table. This foosball table, visible directly in the showroom in Gland, Switzerland, is a unique piece. A sublime colored painting with geometrical shapes where everyone can imagine silhouettes.

A superb meeting between art and leisure that allows you to make your table soccer unique. Do you want to customize your own foosball table? Discover Toulet’s creations and share your project with us!