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The London Studio bags Art of Drag deal with Tall Boy Prints

The London Studio continues to welcome partners for its Art of Drag brand, securing a deal with wall art company, Tall Boy Prints.

The company has licensed six images which highlight Art of Drag’s trademark style which sees it reimagine famous artworks that feature cultural female icons and replaces them with drag artists.

Each original Art of Drag artwork features a beautylicious drag queen, created by an independent art house of LGBTQ+ artists and allies.

Tall Boy Prints and The London Studio will between them donate 20% of the sales of the prints during Pride Month to akt, a charity that supports LGBTQ+ young people aged 16-25 in the UK who are facing or experiencing homelessness or living in a hostile environment.

In addition, a tree will be planted for each Art of Drag print sold, thanks to Tall Boy Prints’ partnership with Ecologi, a company with a mission to inspire and empower businesses to accelerate global action on climate and nature.

“Our aim is always to work with exceptional images that will bring colour, originality and joy to people’s homes – and Art of Drag does all that and more,” commented Karen Mace, company director and creative head at Tall Boy Prints. “The stunning and witty imagery would be a hit with customers any time, but launching these artworks during Pride Month is both very appropriate and very special. We’ve immensely enjoyed working with The London Studio and its talented team on these wonderful and memorable prints.”

Soula Zavacopoulos, founder and director at The London Studio, continued: “We’re thrilled to be bringing Art of Drag to a set of prints from Tall Boy Prints, one of the leading names in wall art and a company with a justifiably strong reputation for curating collections of exceptional images – and of course a company that shares our passion for sustainability. Tall Boy Prints is a wonderful addition to the fast-growing Art of Drag licensing programme.”

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