Did you know that we have just hit the milestone of 50 years of colour TV? To celebrate that fact, Art & Hue has launched its Live in Colour print range.
Yes, it was July 1967 when the BBC broadcast the first colour pictures in July 1967. From December of that year, BBC2 started broadcasting in full colour. The change must have been mindblowing for those living through it.
Whether you did or not, you can still enjoy this set of prints, which reference the colourful progress in Great Britain 50 years ago, mixing bright shades with TV imagery. Perfect if you need a room or corner brightening up.
Available in three sizes and 28 colour options, all pop art prints are printed on museum-quality archival card of 310gsm, made from 100% cotton, using fine art pigment inks which last ‘hundreds of years’.
You can see everything at the Art & Hue website, with prices starting at £15.