Today is the Queen's 90th birthday, and what better way to celebrate than with the most stylish pieces of art?
Though controversial at the time of its release in 1977, Jamie Reid’s infamous artwork from the Sex Pistols’ God Save The Queen is the perfect punk-rock twist to a contemporary home.
Pietro Annigoni’s mid 1950s elegant portrait of Queen Elizabeth hangs beautifully in this heritage-style home, with the duck egg walls effortlessly complimenting the Queen’s peaceful backdrop.
This meditative holographic portrait shot by Chris Levine in 2004 gives the Queen a new glam look, sure to make guests positively shimmer with admiration.
Almost as iconic as the Queen herself, Andy Warhol’s 1985 collection of screen-prints pay homage to her Majesty in a rainbow of colours, and add an edgy splash of pop art to this traditional home.
The Queen’s treasured side profile is arguably the most seen image across the UK. This maroon rug, exactly mirroring the 1p stamp, adds a little fun and an eccentrically traditional twist!
This black and white shot of the glamorous Queen would make a perfect dressing table accessory; not only a cheerful depiction of the Queen, but fabulous outfit motivation for glitzy nights out (maybe minus the crown).
Queen by Prefab77 at Culture Label
This gold and grey silkscreen shows the Queen as we’ve never seen her before. Combining contemporary references with a cheeky wink, we can’t help but love this new look.
Great Britain by Justine Smith at Culture Label
Red, white and blue bank notes make up this patriotic print, cleverly depicting a map of the UK on a Union Jack backdrop. This money-themed print would hang effortlessly on any stylish wall.