Not the first Serge Gainsbourg print we've featured – you may remember Serge – Singer Lover, Provocateur, Smoker or Lord Dunsby's Serge-inspired Melody print. But we think Serge Gainsbourg by Stan Chow has its own unique charm.
This is a more of a caricature than a serious take on the man – and all the better for it. Love that plume of smoke rising up. It's printed on 100% Cotton Matte Archival 315gsm paper, sized is A3+ (13 x 19 inches) and signed by the artist.
Good value though, you can pick one up for £20.
Not long out of the cinema, the recent biopic of Serge Gainsbourg, which went by the name of Gainsbourg, is heading to DVD and Blu-ray in a matter of weeks.
Both are set for release on 10th January 2011, so you might want to save some of your Christmas money if you were a fan of the movie when it went round the cinemas – or you missed it first time round. It had mixed reviews, some people loving it, others disappointed – but if you're still reading now, I suspect you're one of the former.
Regular readers might recall we featured the Cover Version exhibition in Sheffield some weeks back, where artist Pete McKee asked various arty types to create a piece of art based around a favourite record sleeve. Well, one such piece was Melody by Lord Dunsby, which you can now buy online.
It's one image on the newly-launched Lord Dunsby site, along with many other cool and quirky ones with a retro and vintage twist that are available in the webstore.
The one above is signed and numbered, in a run of 100 and sized at 12 x 12 inches. You can secure it for £30.
A tribute to an icon who has, perhaps, never been so hip, the Serge – Singer, Lover, Provocateur, Smoker limited edition print by Bonnie and Clyde.
The print focuses more on just one of those attributes, with Serge Gainsbourg captured in four smoking poses on a print that's sized at 23 x 30 inches, silkscreen printed and limited to just 20 – each one signed by the artists.
Want one? You can order Serge online, priced at £250.
We have featured Pete McKee many times in the past for his art, but you might not know that he also has a gallery in Sheffield called A Month of Sundays. It's where you'll find a new, multi-artist exhibition going by the name of Cover Version.
Several figures from the music, art and graphic design worlds have already signed up to participate, everyone from Richard Hawley and Marc Riley through to designer Sir Paul Smith and of course, McKee himself creating their own take on classic album sleeves. In case you're wondering, the image above is from the exhibition, Serge Gainsbourg's Melody by Lord Dunsby.
You'll find it at A Month of Sundays, 365 Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield, S11 8ZG from Friday September 11th through to 14th October 2010.