Blondie. By Kii Arens
September 2018 sees the 40th anniversary of Blondie’s third and best-known album, Parallel Lines.
One of the very best pop-rock albums ever recorded, it featured many of the group’s best-known hits and the post-punk/new wave sound hugely influenced pop music well in to the eighties and beyond.
The Flood Gallery have teamed up with California based pop-artist and poster legend Kii Arens to produce this unique, limited edition screen print portrait celebrating Blondie and the incredible Deborah Harry, combined with Kii’s trademark design flair.
24 x 32” silk-screen prints, available as a limited main edition, with 2 further limited variants and all signed and numbered by Kii Arens.
Kii Arens is an American contemporary graphic designer, pop-artist, and director.
He has produced posters for the likes of Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, Pulp, Liza Minelli, The Beach Boys, The Coachella festival and hundreds more. He’s also noted for highlighting his political activism through his art, creating pieces during the 2016 US Presidential race in support of Bernie Sanders and in protest to Donald Trump.
He set up his renowned La La Land Gallery in Hollywood in 2005.