You can actually buy originals from the Tate for hefty prices. Alternatively, grab this reproduced 1960s Alexander Calder exhibition poster for much less.
There are others in this budget range, but I think the Calder one is our favourite. But it’s a tough choice as they are all worthy of a look in my book.
The Calder one here jumps out at me because of its understated 1960s style, offering a hint of what the artist has in store, but nothing more. A teaser for the exhibition itself.
That was the Sculpture Mobiles exhibition of 1962, which was an Arts Council exhibition at the Tate Gallery, costing 3s 6d to enter. Yes, accessing art was an affordable pastime back in the early 1960s.
If you didn’t make it for various reasons (like not being born for example) and can’t afford an original, the Tate has it covered with this Giclee print on 300gsm Photo Rag paper, sized at 59.4 x 42cm. It sells for a very reasonable £30, which leaves you a bit of cash for a frame.