€40.00 – €70.00
• High quality digital print
• Printed on 350gsm stock
• Rolled prints are delivered in a postal tube
• Framed prints carefully secured in bubble wrap and cardboard
If you’re a music fan then this is the perfect gift for you. All your favourite artists, groups or bands wonderfully captured in this Plectrum shaped artwork. You can see who we like listening to!
1. Pick the artwork size you would like – framed or unframed.
2. Choose 3 colours from the swatch provided. Only want one colour? Then, pick the same colour three times.
3. Type in your preferred choice of Artists, Groups or Bands in the box provided.
4. Place your order
Once the order is received, we will email you a sample for approval before posting your order out.
Britpop is a subgenre of pop rock and alternative rock, that originated in the UK. It describes the musical and cultural movement in the mid 1990s which emphasized “Britishness” in its music and attitude, and produced bright, catchy pop music partly in reaction to the US led grunge music and the UK’s own shoegazing music scene. The most successful bands associated with the movement are Oasis, Blur,Suede and Pulp; those groups would come to be known as its “big four”. Though Britpop is viewed as a marketing tool, and more of a cultural moment than a musical style or genre, there are musical conventions and influences the bands grouped under the Britpop term have in common, such as showing elements from the British pop music of the Sixties, glam rock and punk rock of the Seventies, and indie pop of the Eighties in their music, attitude, and clothing. An influence they shared in particular was the Smiths whose lead singer Morrissey championed a nostalgic view of Britain. Britpop was a media driven focus on bands which emerged from the independent music scene of the early 1990s – and was associated with Cool Britannia which evoked the Swinging Sixties and the British guitar pop music of that decade.