Pop Art Reading Glasses

Pop Art reading glasses cool and crazy square round lens will have people giving you a second look. Are they Square and Round? Yes they are! Make these a must have for the new year.

 

Pop Art reading glasses are from Belgium brand Aptica.

 

There are 4 styles:

pop art round square reading glasses from Aptica
Square and Round ? Yes!

Andy black

Donald red

Jim tortoise

Roy Blue

Strengths +1 to +3.5

 Dimensions

Lens width 43mm

Nose 28mm

Temple 148mm

The frame has a rubberised finish for a comfortable fit.

The lens:

  • blue light blocking.
  • antireflective blue coating
  • 100% UV light blocking

                         This is what Aptica say about their Reading Glasses

This frame was inspired by the exciting and irreverent Pop Art movement of the mid- to late-1950s. It gained most popularity in countries like United Kingdom and United States of America. This movement marked a return to hard-edged composition and representational art. They used impersonal, mundane reality, irony and parody to “defuse” the personal symbolism and “painterly looseness” of abstract expressionism. We took this inspiration, and created an asymmetric frame that would disrupt the reading glasses market by creating a product that could otherwise be considered “mundane” into a unique and functional piece of art.

The Pop Art Glasses are bifocal or plano eyewear that come equipped with Blue Light Filter so you can read books and e-books any way you like! Each spectacle comes with a personalised box, including a soft pouch.

Enjoy our  ready reading glasses, because quality reading is a choice.

I think you will agree that these are really funky and out there. Do you dare wear them? Of course you do. You can sit at home at your computer screen looking geeky or be adventurous and walk the walk in the streets of your town.

We hope you will browse the collection and enjoy wearing Pop Art Reading Glasses.

For more cool glasses have a look at eyeeyedesign and our other website Funkyreaders

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