Despite pop art requests for Will-I-am we've settled for Wills & Kate in full effect! Joined together in blissful pop art with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (Born 21 June 1982) with Catherine, (Kate Middleton) Duchess of Cambridge, (born Catherine Elizabeth Middleton; 9 January 1982) a likely future Queens consort.
How can 1982 to be 40 years ago by the way - are you kidding me - 1990 seems like 20 years go aswell, don't get me started. Right, where was I...? Oh yes, William has been second in line to succeed his grandmother Elizabeth II (or Liz, Lizzie to her friends), who is Queen of the United Kingdom for some 70 years and counting and 15 other Commonwealth realms so it's only right he is in the Royal platinum collection given his Nan has been on the throne for 70 years - she must have loads of whats app messages - so much going on!
Telegram messages aside, caps dothed then as they are honoured in this limited edition of 70 Pop Art Disruptive print. Signed by the Artist Jim Wheat with his picture duplicated across four squares, each one washed with a neon colour in the style of Pop Art portraiture, and subtly emblazoned with the dollar sign. Focusing the trope of money through people, places, and occasions, Dollarsandart's celebrity prints comment on the tense relationship between fame and finance in contemporary culture.
This right Royal limited edition now takes pride of place at The Theatre by Qe2 aboard the Qe2 permanently berthed in Port Rashid, Dubai.
The NFT versions are limited to only 10 already minted royally here exclusively on Terra Virtua celebrating this magical, timeless icon and national treasure with neon pop art squares and crypto eyes interspersed with the official platinum Jubilee crest and a dollop of purple for good measure - lashings of it, in fact some 70 times over!
Buy one of only 70 limited editions of this Pop Art Disruptive print and capture Wills & Kate in style signed by the Artist Jim Wheat honouring one of the most enduring Royal Families of all time with their picture duplicated across four squares, each one washed with a neon colour in the style of Pop Art portraiture, and subtly emblazoned with the pound sterling sign. Focusing the trope of money through people, places, and occasions.
Dollarsandart's celebrity prints comment on the tense relationship between fame and finance in contemporary culture during these disruptive times. Looking for something little different then why not disrupt yourself or a friend - anything is possible - whatever next?