Sources of Pop Art III is a signed limited edition silkscreen print (edition of 175) enhanced by the use of glaze over some of the photos and glitter dust to add depth and patina to the overall effect. Sources of Pop Art III is a very rare and desirable print showing a montage of images of famous people and icons including Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, the Target, Stars and Stripes and the Coca Cola logo.
Sir Peter Blake
Born in 1932 Sir Peter Blake is well known as the Godfather of British Pop Art he produces spectacular original prints, his work crosses all generational divides, and inspires great respect through the art world. Knighted in 2002, an honorary doctor of the Royal College of Art his work is represented in major collections throughout the world, Sir Peter Blake truly is a grandee of British Art.
Sir Peter Blake's work reflects his fascination with all streams of popular culture, and the beauty to be found in everyday objects and surroundings. Many of his works feature found printed materials such as photographs, comic strips or advertising texts, combined with bold geometric patterns and the use of primary colours. The works perfectly capture the effervescent and optimistic ethos of the sixties, but are also strikingly fresh and contemporary. Blake is renowned for his connection with the music industry, having produced iconic album covers for the Beatles, Paul Weller, The Who, and Oasis.