Regarded as the Godfather of British Pop Art, Peter Blake continues to create spectacular original prints drawn from his fascination of all streams of popular culture. Blake is renowned for his connection with the music industry, having produced iconic album covers for The Beatles, Paul Weller, The Who, Oasis, Madness, Ian Dury and Brian Wilson. Knighted in 2002, an honorary doctor of the Royal College of Art, and with his work represented in major collections throughout the world, Sir Peter Blake truly is a grandee of British Art.
Bruce McLean is a major figure in contemporary British Art. McLean's practice is in a permanent state of movement and invention; from the late 1960s his range of media has included painting, printmaking, sculpture, film, photography, drawing and performance. His bold, confident approach to printmaking proved influential to his contemporaries and also to a generation of younger artists. With work in private and public collections worldwide including the Saatchi Collection, Tate Gallery, Arts Council of Great Britain, Victoria & Albert Museum and the National Museum of Modern Art, Edinburgh.