Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day Cards and Pop art Inspiration by Art & Hue

For that special someone in your life, take a look at Art & Hue’s loved-up items for romantic inspiration, from greeting cards to stylish pop art prints.

New to Art & Hue are these romantic greeting cards, ideal for Valentine’s Day:

For the fan of classic film, the Audrey Hepburn Love print is the ideal gift and romantic gesture. Available in three sizes and 18 colours, the print features the beloved actress’s face within a love heart.
For an alternative Valentine’s Day card for the cult TV fan, Mrs Peel is sure to go down well. Emma Peel features in The Avengers collection of stylish greeting cards.
Group of 8 Greeting Cards with The Avengers

For royal fans, and fans of classic iconography, Her Majesty The Queen is always adored and well-received, and is available in romantic pink colours of Blush & Think Pink. Right-royal pop art prints of Queen Elizabeth II and the First Class postage stamp are available in three sizes and 18 colours and, new to Art & Hue, stylish greeting cards of The Queen available in eight colours including romantic red, pink, and blush.

Queen Elizabeth II greeting card in Think Pink by Art & Hue
Queen Elizabeth II greeting card in Blush Pink by Art & Hue
For the ultimate fan of royalty and love hearts, the Queen of Hearts herself would make the ideal Valentine’s gift. Featuring Princess Diana with a tiara and earrings made up of love hearts, the illustrated print is available in three sizes and 23 colour options.
If your other half is a fan of classic British comedy films, the “School for Scoundrels” print with Janette Scott being kissed by Ian Carmichael and Terry-Thomas is sure to go down well, available in three sizes and 18 colour options, with or without text.
This snazzy Sixties couple sporting Carnaby Street swimwear are romantic indeed.
And The Avengers Steed & Mrs Peel sharing a close & funny moment are couple inspiration.
The Avengers Duo

Combine the initials of you and your loved one with a personalised print of overlapped Modernist Alphabet letters:


Of course, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it may be that your other half is smitten with Joan Collins, Joanna Lumley, Valerie Leon, or one of the actresses in the Saucy Seventies collection – or perhaps they have a thing for Hammer horror films and find vampires particularly swoon-worthy.

Art & Hue presents Saucy Seventies pop art prints

Whoever or whatever they’re attracted to, browse Art & Hue’s collection of stylish pop art to find the ideal gift that’s more thoughtful, and definitely longer-lasting, than a bunch of flowers.

As always, Valentine’s Day is on the February 14th so make sure to allow enough time for printing of art prints & delivery to reach loved ones.


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