Brilliant Audrey Hepburn Pop Art by Art & Hue

Audrey Hepburn Pop Art

Art and Hue Logo If you’re interested in Audrey Hepburn Pop Art, I ran into this fantastic studio called Art & Hue.  They are a British based Professional Art Studio in Sussex focused on creating high quality, contemporary, bespoke pop artwork and they just came out with their latest Gallery named “Audrey”.

Audrey Hepburn Pop Art created by Art & HueNow, I admit, I’m a little bit of a pop art enthusiast, and I specifically enjoy the works of Roy Lichtenstein, and Andy Warhol.   I actually design some of my own pop art work on Adobe Illustrator and I’m trying to figure out how they’re doing their halftone effect they are applying.  They’ve executed it flawlessly.

I’m pretty impressed, as these pictures are stunning.  Now these images of Audrey are during the early time of her carer, before she “made is big”.

Let’s face it, Audrey is adorable and these prints definitely do her justice.  Take a look at the pictures below to see what I’m talking about.

Audrey Hepburn Pop Art - Heart shaped faceI love this heart one, I think it’s the perfect epitome and essence of Audrey.

It’s hard to choose one of these prints as my favorite, but if I had to pick, I’d say that I would have to pick the portrait with the pink background.

If you don’t happen to like the colors for some reason, you can choose your own colors from their pull down menu! I thought that was pretty slick.

Another thing is that they can also apply this affect to you your photos!  Meaning that they can turn your pictures that you provide them into bespoke pop art.

Anyways, check out these Audrey Hepburn pop art images (above and below – click to expand) and see which one is your favorite.  I’ll probably pick one up with my next paycheck, and if I do, I’ll definitely let you know about it via the site and I’ll write a review for everyone.

PS – I found that their website has a whole bunch of pop art so you’ll definitely want to go check it out at  

More Audrey Hepburn Pop Art Images

Audrey Hepburn Pop Art - PINK background
Audrey Hepburn Pop Art Show Case


Art & Hue Press Release:

Here is the press release from Art & Hue in case you want to read its entirety.

Art & Hue presents Audrey, a new collection of graphic pop art inspired by the enduring screen icon Audrey Hepburn.

Delving into Studiocanal’s extensive archive library at Pinewood Studios, Art & Hue had the privilege to access rare publicity images of the young actress on the threshold of international fame to create this new collection of Audrey pop art prints, exclusive to Art & Hue.

Audrey was a British actress who went on to create memorable roles, which are still cherished to this day, from the fluctuating emotions of Holly Golightly in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” to the pure charm of the beatnik bookworm transformed into a fashion butterfly in “Funny Face”.

2016 marks 65 years since the filming of “Secret People” and the important screen test for “Roman Holiday”.

Audrey had bit-parts in classic Ealing comedies such as “The Lavender Hill Mob”, but it was dancing as a chorus girl in the West End where she was spotted by director Thorold Dickinson who cast Audrey in her first main supporting role as a ballet dancer in the film “Secret People”.

Performing all her own ballet moves during the dance sequences, the director of “Secret People” went on to film the very important screen test of Audrey which led to international stardom as Princess Ann in “Roman Holiday”.

This official collaboration with Studiocanal is available in 18 colours, including the 16 studio colours plus a light grey and a new pink inspired by Funny Face called “Think Pink”, the fine art prints come in three sizes that fit widely-available picture frames.

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