Celebrating The Icons
Posted on June 01 2016
With today marking the 90th birthday of one of the world's greatest icons, Marilyn Monroe, we felt it befitting to shine a spotlight on the world's biggest stars of film and music.
Iconic rock, pop and movie stars are an integral part of today's culture and have long acted as inspiration to many talented and established artists.
From Marilyn, to David Bowie and Audrey Hepburn, here are a few of our favourites...
Marilyn on Pepsi by Pakpoom Silaphan, ArtRepublic
Iconic actress meets iconic brand in this Limited Edition silkscreen print. Edition of 50.
Marilyn Monroe's portrait on a collage background of newspaper clippings about her life.
Marilyn Monroe was chosen by Andy Warhol for his seminal portrait and these eyes have become embedded in our culture as the epitome of glamour and vulnerability.
Depicting Schoony's critically acclaimed sculpture Master Warhol. Master Warhol captures Andy Warhol as seen through the eyes of Schoony. Schoony is a multi-talented urban artist whose unique aesthetic and technical brilliance has brought the art world by storm. His Hyperrealist sculptures question war, mortality and contemporary society.
A hand painted pixel portrait. Limited Edition of 5.
Bowie's iconic Aladdin Sane portrait created by a fleet of Space Invaders. Limited Edition of 100.
Portrait on a collage of newspaper clippings about the actress. Limited Edition of 80.
A hand painted pixel portrait. Limited Edition of 10.
A 3 colour screen print capturing a young Mick Jagger in the studio. Limited Edition of 50.