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Found Art Union Jack II by the Godfather of Pop Art. This large print from 2005 is an edition of just 25, is very rare and its physical size and edition size makes a fantastic statement as well as being highly collectable. This series is exceptional - the print looks 3D and almost lifelike. Numbered, titled and signed at the bottom of the print. 


Print measures 40 x 48 inches. 

Frame measures 42 x 50 inches. 

Framed, in fresh condition.


Sir Peter Blake (born 1932) is known as the godfather of British Pop Art, portraying popular culture and everyday nostalgia in his artwork as one of the first British pop artists. Blake explores a wide variety of techniques from painting and drawing to sculpture and collage. Also famous for designing the Beatles album cover for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band with his wife, Blake designed covers for The Who, Band Aid’s Do They Know It’s Christmas? and the Live Aid poster. He has also created numerous murals including a 25 metre collage of celebrities that covered the facade of the Mandarin Oriental in London. Blake is well known for his ‘Found Art’ work where he takes everyday objects and packaging with a sense of nostalgia and scales them up to produce large prints with incredible realistic detail.  

Peter Blake Large Found Art Union Jack II

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