An official collaboration with Renown Films, Art & Hue has reimagined the original film posters to create stylish pop art prints, available in three sizes and 23 colour options.
The British music scene inspired several film makers to create stories around teenagers, with some social commentary but mostly as a way to create a modern musical that would appeal to young cinemagoers.
These films capture an exciting moment in time before and during the “Youthquake” of the 1960s, making its influence known through the collaboration of music, fashion, and film.
The King of Carnaby Street John Stephen provided the menswear for the Joe Meek musical “Live It Up” starring David Hemmings, Steve Marriott of The Small Faces, and Heinz Burt, whilst Mary Quant supplied women’s clothing, and Vidal Sassoon created the hairstyles.
“Beat Girl” (1959), “Every Day’s a Holiday” (1965) & “Live It Up”(1963) Copyright © RENOWN PICTURES Ltd. All rights reserved.
Pop Art Copyright © Art & Hue ™ 2017. All rights reserved.