Music fans with a love of vinyl should check out these classic single prints by Vincent McEvoy.
You would guess that this Rolling Stones Let It Bleed double-sided jigsaw at Habitat would be prefect gift fodder for the right person.
A regular around the capital, Sir Peter Blake is seen much less 'up north'. So the Sir Peter Blake Twenty Years of Printmaking exhibition in Harrogate, Yorkshire is well worth an entry in your diary if that's where you live.
It takes place at the RedHouse Originals Gallery, 15 Cheltenham Mount, Harrogate from 12th March – 10th April, with previews on Friday 11th March. Sir Peter will be there for that to open the exhibition, as will the double decker CCA Art Bus with Blake exterior. There will also be the unveiling of a new portrait and print edition called Boogie For Stu, featuring Ian Stewart, the legendary keyboardist and co-founder of The Rolling Stones.
Back in February, we featured Super Size Art, which specialised in remaking classic singles artwork as giant, 3D-style canvases for your home. Well, if the originals were a little large for you, the new Record Cover Canvas range by Super Size Art might suit your home and wallet a little better.
A limited number of the original range are available at the smaller size of 42 x 42cm, including the likes of The Who, The Rolling Stones and Marvin Gaye – the latter pictured above. All are printed canvas sleeves with inner disc, complete with a wall hook for mounting. It's also sold in a protective box, finished by hand and signed and numbered by the artist.
The price for the new, smaller versions? £90 each. The larger versions are also available on the same site, do a check for the seller's other items.
Find out more at the Not On The High Street website