Inspired by classic advertising in the music papers and car adverts in men's magazines in the sixties and early seventies, when it came to designing the look of the The Reference Library, these were the classic images that had stayed with us over time.
Graphic designers like George Lois in the Madison Avenue advertising era, captured so well in Mad Men, created clean, bold images with lots of white space that in simple but striking ways got their message across. They remain timeless pieces of advertising art.
As a brand has to evolve and keep moving we wanted to capture our first design and release an edition as an art print, numbered, signed and delivered with a certificate of authenticity.
Each Giclee print on high quality paper, is printed individually to order, in England, by an independent art printer.
Numbers will be allocated as they are printed, in order in a limited edition.
They are signed and dated by The Reference Library.