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We re-examine vintage P&O holiday posters that celebrate the golden era of travel.
The National Portrait Gallery, established in 1856, boasts the most extensive collection of portraits in the world. The archive, which includes over three thousand portraits spanning six thousand years, centres around the most celebrated in British history from warriors to statesmen, artists, writers and scientists. We are delighted to collaborate with the National Portrait Gallery … Continue reading Introducing: National Portrait Gallery →
Illustrators, water colourists, graphic designers and painters; we round up the best new artists to join King & McGaw in 2015. Jen Garrido Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jen creates beautiful acrylic and watercolour masterpieces. A delicate balance of nature-based shapes overlaid and transformed, these are artworks that calls for an extra large size. Fintan Whelan Born in … Continue reading The Artists of 2015 →
Most likely to be found on top of one of London’s tallest buildings, pointing a Nikon 610 at the bustling city below, meet photographer Henry Reichhold. Not one to do things on a small scale, Henry’s latest photographic showcase is a panoramic exhibition at Blackfriars station in the hubbub of London town. Thames: Heart of … Continue reading Meet photographer Henry Reichhold →