On Joan Miró's frequent visits to Paris in the 1930s, he developed a close friendship with master printmaker Fernand Mourlot, and became a permanent fixture at the world-renowned lithographic studio in Paris.
Long before he created silkscreens of movie stars and soup cans that catapulted him onto the world stage, Warhol drew many whimsical illustrations for prestigious New York magazines. Learn more about his lesser-known but much-loved ‘I love you so’ artwork.
When the famed Spanish artist moved from Paris to Provence in the 1940s, he met talented printmaker Hidalgo Arnéra. Together, they pushed the boundaries of the medium, turning it into a true art form.
We catch up with her to discuss her unique artistic practice and the new signed limited edition prints she’s produced with us.
The past year has been filled with a range of exciting new King & McGaw launches. We asked our founder and CEO to reflect on his 2022 highlights and what’s on the horizon.
‘Language is the most important, influential, and most beautiful thing that exists. It is the messenger. That means everything to me.’
Learn more about her fascinating artistic practice and the newly-available limited edition knitted paint tubes she’s created in collaboration with us.
The celebrated designer’s new prints are now on display at her beautiful store in Marylebone. Here are a few highlights from the launch event.
Learn about the stories behind the famous football prints and posters in our collection.
Join us as we dive into the ‘Tarantinoverse’, exploring some of our favourite characters depicted in these original ‘Pulp Fiction’ posters, originally displayed in contemporary movie theatre foyers
We catch up with Bella at King & McGaw to discuss the stories behind her most famous designs and the new special edition prints she’s produced with us.
Join us as we talk to Sarah Evans, the architect turned artist behind London-based design studio Oscar Francis about her work, inspirations and her experience of life as an artist during lockdown.
Arriving in November, an exclusive series of screen prints and limited edition prints by celebrated designer Bella Freud, drawn from her historic design archive.
Since its genesis in the nineteenth century, Hokusai’s Great Wave off Kanagawa’, has swept the world with its sublime beauty. We explore how the Japanese artist’s woodblock prints fascinated the likes of Vincent van Gogh, and still manage to beguile viewers today.
To welcome in the change of season, we revisit some of our favourite Vogue cover illustrations from our exclusive archive.
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