Art & hue joins Beano 80th celebrations with exclusive pop art print collection

Art & Hue has created a new collection of pop art prints inspired by the iconic British comic, Beano.

The collection is part of the ongoing celebrations throughout 2018 to mark 80 years of the comic, widely regarded as a staple of British culture.

Art & Hue has delved into vintage issues of the comic to create 12 new art prints featuring the much-loved heroes of the Beano, all available in a choice of three sizes and 18 colours.

First published in 1938, Beano has delighted generations of readers for 80 years and its cheeky humour is part of the British DNA, read a statement from the team.

An official collaboration with Beano publishers, DC Thomson, Art & Hue’s pop art collection features the likes of Dennis and Gnasher, the Bash Street Kids, Minnie the Minx, Lord Snooty, Roger the Dodger and Biffo the Bear.

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