Looking back at 2017

2017 has been quite the year for Art & Hue!

As well as the anniversaries relating to the pop art collections, from 60 Years of Carnaby Street to 55 Years of James Bond, there have been memorable events in 2017 for Art & Hue.

Meeting Dame Diana Rigg (again!), Valerie Leon, and David Prowse;
installing a permanent display at the iconic Elstree Studios;
installing a pop-up display at The InterContinental O2 London hotel as part of Thunderbirds celebrations;
being followed on social media by Britt Ekland & Joan Collins;
& it’s been great as always to see images shared by art buyers on social media of pop art prints in their new homes.

2017 saw the launch of nine new pop art collections including The Wicker Man, Julie Christie, Beat Films, The King of Carnaby Street, Brit Noir, 1960s Models, South Bank, Colour TV, & Sixties Spies.

A busy year just gone and looking forward to another busy year ahead in 2018 with exciting new pop art collections in development which I can’t wait to share.

Goodbye 2017 and here’s to a fab 2018!

Elstree Studios with Valerie Leon David Prowse Diana Rigg

Art & Hue in Homes

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