❉ Art & Hue presents a new Sci-fi collection of pop art prints inspired by vintage British science-fiction films
Art & Hue presents a new collection of stylish pop art inspired by rare and cult science-fiction productions, re-imagining the film posters of British vintage sci-fi films.
“Devil Girl From Mars”, “The Final Programme”, “The Terrornauts”, “They Came From Beyond Space”, “Invasion”, & “Unearthly Stranger” all get the pop art treatment by Art & Hue to bring sci-fi style & fun to your walls.
Delving deep into the film archives for some lesser known B-movies, camp classics, and ambitious curios, these British sci-fi productions are a snapshot of an era of homegrown filmmaking when budgets were tight and sets were recycled from other shoots.
An official collaboration with Studiocanal, the Sci-fi pop art collection is available in 3 sizes & 16 colour options, printed on museum-quality archival card of 310gsm, made from 100% cotton, with fine-art pigment inks for longevity, exclusively by Art & Hue. The Sci-fi collection pairs Fuchsia with the fresh new green called Leaf which has just been added to the Art & Hue palette of colour options.
Discover the collection online at artandhue.com/scifi
❉ News source: © Art & Hue ® 2020. All rights reserved. “Devil Girl from Mars” (1954), “The Final Programme” (1973), “Invasion” (1966), “The Terrornauts” (1967), “They Came From Beyond Space” (1967), “Unearthly Stranger” (1963) Copyright © STUDIOCANAL Films Ltd. All rights reserved.
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