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Royal wedding inspired art

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As Will and Kate’s big day approaches we thought we would take a look at some of the work that has been inspired by the Royal Wedding.

Clive Sefton has been commissioned by global design leader BoConcept to give their flagship London store a royal wedding makeover. He has created a limited edition print for ‘Wills & Kate’, which will be on display in BoConcept's windows on Tottenham Court Road as the country celebrates the big day. The signed and embossed print contains over sixty words associated with the royal couple, and is printed on high quality Fabriano Artistico cotton paper. The signed edition is limited to just 50 so don’t miss this very modern and interactive memento of the Royal Wedding.

 

 

 

Gemma Compton an artist, illustrator and fashion designer working out of both Bristol and London has used her unique take on classic wildlife imagery combined with her strong illustrative style to create this lovely limited edition giclee of Kate Middleton entitled ‘Queen of Hearts’. A singed edition of just 30 it won’t be around for long.

 

 

 

Always ones to use images of the Brittish establishment Prefab77 have come up with the interesting Waiting Kills 'A Royal Love Story' with a heart made out of rioting members of the public and police. Available in Purple or Silver this limited edition of 200 makes a very interesting and alternative souvenir on the big day.

Other Royal teamed pieces include Dog Save the Queen by D*Face, Norma Queen by Brian Jones or you can get the union jacks out with the with Peter Blake’s 24 Flags, Trafford Parsons Or Glory series and Ben Allen’s Union Jack Skull.

Plus our sister gallery Ink_d the Modern Toss 'Modern Cloth' show opens on the wedding day with an indispensable capsule collection of last minute commemorative Royal Shitnaks - a set of stamps, a beautiful one-off bone china mug and a professionally woven commemorative royal tea towel - so you can treasure forever the memory of the young Windsor's nuptials.

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