Yes, another book on The Who. This time A Band with Built-In Hate: The Who from Pop Art to Punk.
Tag: pop art
We all need them, so you might as well get something with a cool design. Like the Sir Peter Blake face masks at TK Maxx.
Looking for something academic to keep you amused? Check out The Hidden Mod in Modern Art: London 1957 – 1969.
Little is in print about this early pop art icon. So Pauline Boty – The Only Blonde In The World is a book to be treasured purely because there isn’t much else.
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.
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.
Not easy to get, but the Mod logo t-shirts and sweatshirts by Pop Gear are interesting and eye-catching. Tote bags available too.
If you like the cover, you might want it framed. In fact, The Who official album artwork by Sir Peter Blake is now available.