Peter Blake: Women 2012

Peter Blake: new collages

Peter Blake London: Petticoat Lane – One Hundred Women collage on paper Courtesy of Waddington Custot Galleries

Peter Blake

Peter Blake The Butterfly Man (L’Uomo Farfalla), London, 2010 inchiostro su tela/inkjet on canvas cm UniCredit Art Collection Courtesy Michela Rizzo Gallery, Venice © Peter Blake, by SIAE 2013

Self-Portrait With Badges, Peter Blake (1961) Peter Blake (born 25 June 1932 (age 81) Dartford, Kent, England) is an English pop artist, best known for co-creating the sleeve design for the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. He lives in Chiswick, London. Movement	Pop art

On a path to the past: Peter Blake review

I love this Peter Blake creation because of the mix of B&W and colour and also the mix of architecture and cartoons.

The Pop Art Of The Man Who Assembled Sgt. Pepper’s Iconic Posse

Peter Blake -Piccadilly Circus - The Convention of Comic Book Characters I like this work by Quentin Blake because its busy and colourful, it also looks similar to the movement Pop Art

Peter Blake: Dancing

Peter Blake: new collages

London Suite - Regent Street - Dancing (Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of by Peter Blake high quality art print / poster, plus art prints and posters by hundreds more famous artists.

Tiny Tina the Tattooed Lady (Giclee with Collage Signed Limited Edition of 100) by Peter Blake

05 Tiny Tina the Tattooed Lady (Giclee with Collage Signed Limited Edition of by Peter Blake

by Peter Blake, rough textures and dark, almost dingy colours, portrays the feeling of a childhood

ABC Minors, a 1955 painting of British boys wearing jackets emblazoned with badges. By Peter Blake.

Artist Sir Peter Blake has been commissioned to create a new First World War dazzle ship artwork for Liverpool – find out more: http://www.1914.org/news/artist-peter-blake-commissioned-to-create-new-first-world-war-dazzle-ship-artwork-for-liverpool/

Artist Sir Peter Blake commissioned to create new First World War dazzle ship artwork for Liverpool

This idea is original, it uses a lot of different text, yet it all says the same thing. I like the fact it includes pictures, with the same letter the text displays. For example 'apple'

design-is-fine: “ Sir Peter Blake, Alphabet, letter A, n. Source “ In the Blake began using ‘found letters’ or commercial lettering in his work, as well as printed materials such as comic.

Peter Blake typographic collage

Alphabets: A Miscellany of Letters by David Sacks

Alphabets book: Letter F (Detail), Alphabet. F from Peter Blake's Alphabet Pop artist Peter Blake's Alphabet portfolio demonstrated his passion for collecting letters and imagery.

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