At POP, we have a unique and authentic gallery space, displaying a vast array of everchanging vintage posters and artwork. In our online gallery, you can browse through our range of artists and purchase their prints, framed or unframed.

Natasha Chambers

Inspired by global travel around Europe, Asia and Central America her work is imbued by the natural environments she loves to visit - the trees, the skies, the animals and seas. Like a Bauer bird, she collects from all these places - building an archive of imagery and memories that will at some point become infused in the work.

Natasha Chambers - BYWA Framed Miniature Prints

These miniature versions of the BYWA series, by Natasha Chambers, are exclusive to Pop. Each of the 12 prints are paired with a line of poetry chosen by the artist, and all come signed and framed.

Pure Evil

Heavily influenced by the Pop Art movement, Pure Evil is known for his Nightmare Series: doomed female icons, from Marilyn Monroe to Sharon Tate, are portrayed in Pop print colours, while a single, heavy tear (the artist’s trademark symbol) drips down their fated faces.

Stephen Bliss

As Senior Artist with Rockstar Games from 2001 to 2016 Stephen Bliss established the highly recognisable illustrative style that defined the look, feel and positioning of the gaming mega-franchise Grand Theft Auto.

John van Hamersveld

John Van Hamersveld (born 1941) is an American graphic artist and illustrator who designed record jackets for pop and psychedelic bands from the 1960s onward. Among the 300 albums covers he designed are artists such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

William Blanchard

The work of William Blanchard is that of simplicity, ambiguity and also at first glance of a lackadaisical carefree concern, however, on closer inspection is actually purposeful without thought and an essential asset to the very nature of his work; an antidote to the buttoned-up, ’shinny facade’ of the corporation that the artist and art world has become and is so fascinated and entranced with.

Kristjana S Williams

Icelandic artist Kristjana S Williams creates fine art pieces, prints, interiors and more. Her designs are inspired by nature.

Katherine Xulu

Katherine Xulu is a Launceston-based artist specialising in screenprinting. She was educated at Bryanston School in Blandford Forum, Dorset, and was a student at Medway College of Art & Design before studying at Central St Martins School of Art from 1990 to 1994, graduating with a BA (Hons) in Fashion.

Olly Howe

Entangling the beauty of the natural world with a more surreal & fantastical existence, Olly's work combines photographic elements with hand crafted motifs & textures to create art that challenges perception and creates beautiful synergy amongst the seemingly unfitting.

The Lorenzo Family

The Saint Paintings are painted onto hardboard by various members of the Lorenzo family. The family originates from Xalitla, Guerero. Xalitla, which is halfway between Mexico City and the Pacific resort of Acapulco, was famous for painted ceramics.


Stewy is based in Bristol and his work can be seen in London, Bristol, Brighton, Hastings, Birmingham and Manchester and Berlin and New York.

Ben Allen

Ben’s paintings, murals and screen prints occupy a space between street art, graffiti, abstraction, graphic design, pop culture, modernism and comic strips.

Catherine Lette

Catherine Lette is a visual artist whose work is concerned primarily with the impact of contemporary life upon the body & mind. We met with Catherine to tell us more about growing up in Cornwall, her greatest source of inspiration and how recent months in lockdown have affected her practice.

Emily Woodard

When it comes to imagery with a quirky Victorian vibe, Emily Woodard is the go-to illustrator. She loves sepia tones and vintage paper textures, and is inspired by the poetry of Edward Gorey, and the great Victorian illustrators Sir John Tenniel and Arthur Rackham.

Christina Romero

I create installations and painted works that observe and reflect the memory contained in a place. Not through drama or the memory of traumatic events but through a lens of nostalgia, displacement and loss.

Emma Kane

Emma Kane is an accomplished Dublin-based artist who has been creating art pieces in a professional capacity for over 3 years. ​

Loren Beven

Beneath the feel-good seaside vibe, glitter and high modern pop iconography contained in this series of images by Loren Beven lurks a more down beat set of undercurrents and bittersweet laments connected to the shifting sands of British nostalgia for its own eroding identity.

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