We have featured the work of Pete McKee in the past extensively, including his This Is England figures, his Teenage Cancer Trust gig prints and his general mod-related art, such as this Weekenders print. But this mod club-inspired Rega Club turntable for Record Store Day could be the most desirable […]
The concept is nothing new, we have seen mod-inspired graphic novels such as The Originals and Tobias Dahmen’s Getting Grand. But Living for Kicks: A Mods Graphic Novel is a new take on the theme.
This image was actually originally done for a t-shirt for leading Small Faces tribute band the Small Fakers, but it has now been tweaked into a rather cool Don’t Burst My Bubble print by Dry British.
We have featured this before and when we have it has seemingly sold out almost straight away. Now the framed The Who Maximum R&B at the Marquee print is back at BHS – and amazingly, in the sale too.
I mentioned on Twitter that this might be landing way back in January 2015. But only now can you actually order The Kink Controversy A3 art print by Hand Drawn Creative.
With the series ending tonight, it seems like the perfect time to feature these This Is England limited edition art figures by Pete McKee.
The last time we featured this, the print sold out at BHS online pretty much straight away. So if you missed out, don’t delay in getting The Who Maximum R&B at the Marquee framed print right now.
It is on 6music, Radio 3 and Radio 4 to a lesser extent too I think, but the main programming of the Pop Art season on the BBC is on BBC4.