The different versions are available from different retailers, but both are variations on the same theme. The prints are reissues of Andy Warhol’s iconic posters from his first exhibition outside the US in 1968, which took place at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.
Minimalist posters, they still work today either as a note in art history or a stylish piece of interior design, the latter due to the iconic (yes, that works again) black typography.
If you want the framed I Like Boring Things, Oliver Bonas will sell you that for £150. If you want unframed All Is Pretty, that’s much cheaper and available from Art Republic for £22. You can also get framed versions of that from the same seller too.