This holiday season, we’re taking a closer look at the popular prints that have made their way into our customers’ wish lists. From a characterful line drawing of Picasso’s Dachshund to a Christmas favourite by the late Raymond Briggs, there’s a reason why these popular artworks capture the hearts of our customers.
Published by the Underground Electric Railway Company in 1931, this wonderful poster was put into circulation to encourage Wimbledon tennis fans to take the underground to South Wimbledon station and continue their journey by bus to the famous All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
Poster designer Herry Perry perfectly captures the atmosphere of the renowned championships. Her skilful use of symmetry and perspective capture the atmosphere in this mixed doubles scene. With her pleasing colour palette, Perry’s work still feels fresh and contemporary today.
Andy Warhol explored themes of fame and celebrity throughout his life. In the 1960s he gained critical attention and instant popularity with his silkscreen prints of Hollywood sensations including Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe. By 1980, he had immortalised a new era of icons such as new wave Blondie frontwoman, Debbie Harry.
Two years prior to his death, the pioneer of pop art created his ‘Reigning Queens’ collection. Based on an official photograph of the late Queen Elizabeth II, this striking artwork enshrines her majesty in pop art glory.
Spanish born artist Pablo Picasso worked in a variety of styles. During his expansive career, his work included painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics and even theatre design. Co-founder of the Cubist movement, he was one of the most influential artists of the twentieth-century.
In 1907 Picasso produced a charming set of animal drawings in his sketchbook that were simplistic, yet highly impactful. Some of the animals were based on the artist's own pets, while others such as the ‘Le Pingouin’ and ‘Le Chameau’ were based on other animals that he had encountered during his life. ‘Le Chien’ was based on Picasso’s own Dachshund named Lump, and is beautifully executed with a single unbroken line.
The popular Christmas classic ‘The Snowman’ was originally created and illustrated by the late Raymond Briggs as a picture book and was narrated entirely through hand-drawn illustrations. Following the success of the 1978 publication, the story and imagery further captured the hearts of a nation when on 26th December 1982, an animated television adaption of the same title aired for the first time on Channel 4.
This glorious illustration shows the boy and the snowman as they fly over the luminous Brighton Pavilion, evoking nostalgia and merriment in a snow swept scene.
Our wish lists are a fantastic place to store your favourite artworks and share ideas for gifts. Follow this guide to see how you can make the most of your wish list.
Upon the release of our latest collection with artist Ele pack, we caught up with her to discuss her recent relocation to Derbyshire, and the new direction of her work.
Learn more about her unusual nocturnal art practice, her beloved cat ‘NooNoo’, and the vibrant portraits she creates of Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and more.
Based in London, quirky collage artist Rosco Brittin tells us about his animal muses and an intriguing 'spirit genie' that offers him creative fuel...
Join us as we catch up with Hastings-based abstract landscape painter Louise Body to discuss fisherman’s smocks, juggling work and home life, and her previous career as a wallpaper designer.
As Howard Hodgkin’s studio assistant for over 22 years, Andy Barker accompanied him on several trips to his beloved India. Find out more about his new print inspired by a tree he spotted from Hodgkin’s balcony.
Though they didn’t know it at the time, when three Swiss-German artists travelled around Tunisia for two weeks in 1914, they changed the course of twentieth-century art.
Henri Matisse’s original cut-outs were last exhibited at Tate Modern in 2014. To keep the spirit of these seminal works alive, we have obtained the rights to produce these vibrant works as part of our Tate collection.
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.
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.
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