The Love Lenticular Postcards were originally released in black as a small scale version of Ben Eine’s debut Lenticular release exclusively with artrepublic in 2016. This new set of 4 colour Variants with a white background are the same size as the original postcards and each card is signed on the reverse by the Ben Eine. 


Ready to hang

This Lenticular medium see’s Ben Eine’s work truly come to life with the advanced Lenticular technology giving a further colour depth and movement to crate these show stopping works of art.

We are also offering an amazing selection of framing options so you can get this set of four postcards ready to hang.

Our framing experts have put together the perfect frame to really set of this amazing artwork.

As a group

You can choose to have the four postcards arranged horizontally, vertically or as a square in a hand-crafted smooth matt white wooden box frame.

Each of the four postcards is individually shadow float mounted. Shadow Float Mounting is a method used to beautifully mount artwork onto a foam core using Artcare Restore – a fully archival and reversible mount. The result is the artwork appearing to float securely upon a backing mount board - creating a wonderful shadow around the edges of the individual postcards.

There is also a 15mm insert slip between the artwork and the glass within the inner edge of the frame profile. For this you can choose from a range of stunning colours, Imperial Plum, Hunter Green, Olympia Blue, as well as plain white

Individually framed

Plus you can also buy a single postcard or the set of four individually framed directly into the profile edge in a stylish frosted silver aluminium frame.

More about Ben Eine

Ben Eine has become one of the London’s most prolific Street artists and his typography style art can be seen on walls and streets across the UK as well as in print form in homes across the world.

The archetype of contemporary UK street-art, Eine’s ‘21st Century City’ was famously gifted to Barack Obama by David Cameron in 2010, and can be seen daily on his canvas of choice: the walls and shutters of shops around London. ‘Alphabet Street’, his most iconic work to date, is an unbounded mural, filling the concrete spaces of Middlesex Street, London, with his characteristically colourful lettering.