We reflect on the artworks that cemented the poster boy of Pop Art’s enduring celebrity around the world.
Join us as we take a closer look at some of the world’s best-loved blockbusters that feature in our Rare Film Poster archive.
Christie’s sold Warhol’s 1964 Shot Sage Blue Marilyn in May 2022 for $195 million. We explore the genesis of the pop art prince’s Marilyn series, and the iconic silkscreen that became the most expensive twentieth-century artwork ever to sell at auction.
Bea Bonafini works across painting, installation, textiles and sculpture to create colourful, animated imagery, referencing mythology and classicism, whilst establishing a new contemporary language. Join curator Becca Pelly-Fry as she interviews Bonafini, one of 11 contemporary artists whose work features in our soon-to-be launched Curated Editions collection, New Mythologies.
A.M. Cassandre’s early work afforded him instant acclaim. We delve deeper into the journey he took to become one of the most sought-after commercial illustrators of his generation, creating works such as Normandie, Nord Express, and many more influential graphic design posters.
A small but impactful group of designers belong to the Polish School of Posters, a ground-breaking art movement established in the wake of the Second World War. We examine the joyful – and truly original – designs curated by Polish poster experts Projekt 26.
‘Sometimes I’ll walk along a street and see bright traffic cones and suddenly a composition from everyday life emerges.’
When he travelled to Nice, French Fauvist Henri Matisse spent much of his time painting nude odalisque figures. We take a closer look at L’Odalisque Assise, a rare lithograph produced by the famous Parisian print studio Galerie Mourlot.
We catch up with London-based curator Becca Pelly-Fry to discuss how the soon-to-be-launched Curated Editions collection ‘New Mythologies’ is taking shape, which artists to look out for, and how to receive information about the limited edition artworks.
Hormazd Narielwalla’s unique artistic process starts with antique tailoring patterns as the base – collected from a variety of sources, from Savile Row tailors to vintage domestic tailoring patterns.
Irish artist Fintan Whelan tells us about his painting technique which is achieved by pouring, tilting and scraping materials, layer upon layer.
Taking inspiration from buildings, their shapes and the negative spaces they create, Sheffield designer and illustrator Michelle Collins creates smooth geometric artworks.
We interview dynamic design duo Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd. Responsible for creating Inaluxe, the pair talk to us about their synchronised creative collaborations and they love of bright colours, shapes and forms.
Israeli artist Yoni Alter now lives and works by London’s winding canals. He chats to us about his love of experimentation, his love of minimalism, and his innate compulsion to keep on creating.
After studying graphic design in Eindhoven, Teis Albers took the leap and set up his own art studio. He tells us about his diverse artistic practice which straddles illustration, typography and photography.
We meet Lewes-based artist Marion McConaghie to discuss how she transforms old encyclopaedias, maps and books into intricate collages.
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