Love in Print

Love in Print

Love is in the air and on our walls this February! As we have recently celebrated the most romantic day of the year, we're taking a deep dive into the theme of love in the art world. From classic heart designs to heartwarming acts of affection captured on canvas, our blog features stunning pieces from around the world and our own print studio. So join us as we spread the love through our new blog!

To kick off, we have chosen to feature the iconic 'The Kiss' by Gustav Klimt. This masterpiece captures the essence of love and passion in print, making it a timeless symbol of romance. 

A classic symbol of love - the love heart which has evolved over centuries to reach the recognisable icon we see today. We are loving this cute design by the talented Keren Parmely, printed by us! So simple yet so effective. 

Continuing on with the love hearts we adore these Andy Warhol's iconic love-inspired artworks. Pictured below: 'Candy Box (Lamston’s 85 cents)', 1983 (left) and 'Amor with 55 Hearts', 1956 (right).

For our next choice, we're taking a trip back in time to the early 1900s with the whimsical and romantic work of Marc Chagall. 'The Birthday' (1915) captures the powerful love Marc and his soon-to-be wife and muse Bella shared. 

"Art must be an expression of love or it is nothing." - Marc Chagall

We're loving this beautiful design by Peachi Prints printed by us! 'More amor por favor' is the epitome of spreading positivity and love everywhere you go. 

Love is not always about grand gestures and picture-perfect moments. It's about finding joy in the little things, just like this couple in Chris Killip's 'Couple eating fish and chips, Whitley Bay, Tyneside' 1976. Their love for each other shines through, even in the simplest of moments. It's a reminder that love is not always glamorous, but it's in those ordinary moments that we find the true beauty of it.

Next month is all about the women of the world! With Mother's Day, International Women's Day, and Women's History Month all happening in March, we're beyond excited to bring you our next theme. Let's keep celebrating the power and beauty of art, and don't forget to keep an eye out for our final love in print post!

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