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Photobox launches first range of non-personalised wall art

Photobox, the online consumer service for personalised products and gifts, is launching its first range of non-personalised wall art. Called the ‘Artist Collection’, the new offering… View Article

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Photobox launches first range of non-personalised wall art

Photobox, the online consumer service for personalised products and gifts, is launching its first range of non-personalised wall art.

Called the ‘Artist Collection’, the new offering features both classic and contemporary ranges.

The contemporary range aims to provide the next generation of UK artists with a high-profile platform to showcase their work. With the range curated by interior stylist Pippa Jameson, artists featured include up-and-coming names such as Mark Adlington, Lucy Banaji, Amber Elise, Holly Frean and David McConochie.

Photobox has also introduced the classic range which includes art from the likes of Vincent Van Gogh, Johannes Vermeer and Gustav Klimt.

Sally Foote, director of product innovation at Photobox, said: “We’re always looking to expand our range of products based on customer feedback and one of the most requested items was art prints that would be perfect for any room. We wanted to cater to all tastes so have created a huge range of posters, canvases and prints spanning centuries of art so there’s sure to be something to suit everyone’s taste.”

The new collection will come in a variety of formats ranging from simple canvasses and mat posters to traditional framed prints.

 

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