The ultimate Mod stocking filler or affordable birthday gift? That’ll be the limited edition Small Faces colouring book by Piper Gates Design.
I think these are less reproduced originals and more reimagined works. Either way, the classic Mod gig posters by If You Like Art are worth a look.
Looking for something academic to keep you amused? Check out The Hidden Mod in Modern Art: London 1957 – 1969.
The Action classic gig posters look like originals and for good reason. These are originals.
I didn’t know there was a John Stephen archive. But there is and it where this John Stephen pop art collection by Art & Hue comes from.
I was actually looking for a new sideboard when I stumbled upon The Who framed album covers at Wayfair, which also have price on their side.
Not cheap, but ‘serious’ art rarely is. However, the Twiggy I and Twiggy II silkscreen prints by David Studwell should be rather bold additions to your wall.
The notable ones are of The Who, but all the 1960s David Wedgbury art prints are worth checking out.