Hold the phone, it’s Joan Collins pop art by Art & Hue!
35 years ago today, Joan Collins walked onto television screens in “Dynasty” and proceeded to own the 1980s.
To mark the occasion, Art & Hue presents four new stylish pop art prints of the film and TV icon in 22 colour options and three sizes, available individually and as a group.
From forks to cigarettes, Joan used props to punctuate a scene and had an expert knack of accessorising with a telephone, in “Dynasty” as well as “Alfie Darling”, the largely-forgotten 1975 sequel to the classic Michael Caine 1966 film “Alfie”.
An official collaboration with Studiocanal, Art & Hue has delved into the archives at Pinewood to uncover images from “Alfie Darling” and create this pop art collection of the prototype-Alexis Morell, all printed on archival matte card of 310gsm, made from 100% cotton, using fine art pigment inks to ensure longevity.
Two of the new pop art prints feature the actress brandishing a handset like only she can.
The epitome of glamour, whether she’s working a receiver, having Cinzano spilt on her by Rigsby, or being followed through an airport by paparazzi and 14 pieces of Louis Vuitton luggage, Joan has defined her own unique and timeless style that continues to inspire.
Visit Art & Hue to see the full range.