The Jones Boys are two designers from Liverpool, twins named Philip & Andrew. They class themselves as a “two man enterprise from birth”. Their design process involves taking first hand reference and photographic records. They then strip back the detail, leaving strong shapes and shadows. They use vintage posters to help inspire their use of colour on their unique prints. One can see that the Jones Boys have taken a large inspiration from the art deco period within the North West of England.
About The Liverpool Playhouse
The Liverpool Playhouse was originally called the Star Music Hall, as then it only functioned as a music hall. In 1911, it was developed into a theatre, and it was in 1916 when the building got its name as The Playhouse. Many renowned actors and actresses started off their careers at The Playhouse, such as Noel Coward, Robert Donat, Diana Wynyard and Anthony Hopkins. In the 1990’s The Playhouse theatre was faced with trouble as the company went into liquidation. However, in 1999, it was reestablished as a charity and was jointly managed with the Everyman Theatre, allowing The Playhouse to reopen!
This Liverpool Playhouse Print does not come framed.
british made innova fine art 190gsm soft textured natural white archival paper
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