Roy Lichtenstien (1923-1997) was a pioneer of the Pop Art movement. In the 1950s he created his first cartoon-strip style paintings; exaggerated printed dots, loud lettering and violently coloured explosions became the trademarks of his work. Heavily influenced by advertising of the time, his tongue-in-cheek style often served as a social commentary on the changing nature of contemporary American society. Bold, graphic, iconic and kitsch these are real statement prints that pack a punch.
We started out as a small screenprinter in a Brighton basement. Today we've grown to a factory and design studio in Newhaven. Headed by found Gyr King, we have a simple ethos to bring inspiring, affordable art to everyone.