You may ask yourself, “why has Pete has recreated Oasis’ iconic Definitely Maybe album cover with a load of penguins?” Well, the answer to the question lies in the artist’s professional cartoonist roots before he became a painter. Pete used to create cartoons for greetings card companies, the Sheffield Telegraph and A View from the East Bank, a Sheffield Wednesday fanzine. However, even when Pete stopped working as a cartoonist, he continued to sketch and draw doodles whenever inspiration hit. The artist began drawing a series of hilarious and adorable penguins as famous characters on beermats, paying homage to characters from some of his favourite films and bands, including Oasis!
Taken from The Penguins Collection
Unframed Art Print:
Small: 40cm x 40cm
Large: 60cm x 60cm
Printed on high-quality paper with a 5cm white border.
Delivery in 3 - 5 days
Collection in-store within 1 - 4 days
Framed Art Print:
Small: 43cm x 43cm (approx)
Large: 63cm x 63cm (approx)
Mounted in a bespoke glass, black angled frame by our local framer.
Waiting time: 7-10 days; additional 2-3 days for delivery.
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