50s Night Out - Hot Pink

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Is there a way to bring back the glamour of the Golden era of Hollywood? 
The sad answer is: Not really. 

But there is an upside: You get to get the all the feels nevertheless. (say what?)

The movies of Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn and Doris Day, the costume genius of Edith Head and Irene, all the wonderful settings of MGM and the like - they make you want to feel elegant, polished and sophisticated. Because you ARE! 

And I created this collection with the feelings of a 1950s Night Out in Old Hollywood in mind. You get to have the fancy car ride, the strut down the enormous staircase, the night at the opera (where, of course, you would try to find a millionaire Marilyn-style) and the wonderful gowns that nowadays are sadly reserved mostly for the red carpets of the world. 

Whenever I look at this bright pink print, I am taken away. I feel confident. I feel like reaching for the risky dress and not the jeans. I feel like a bold, confident, up-for-anything socialite. Call me crazy, but that is how I want us all to feel - it is such FUN!

Have a look at this collection that I truly love and have hung all around my apartment. Is is such a joy and confident booster (not to mention the eye candy with the color palette). And if you fancy buying one, I can assure you that you will be transported back to Old Hollywood in no time. 

This print is available in three qualities and sizes. 


This giclee is printed on Canson Infinity Baryta Prestige, a deluxe heavy weight 340gsm fine art paper. 
Limited to 10 prints per size (A3, A2 and A1).


On the quest for the perfect medium for artworks, this print will also be available as a direct print on matt aluminum. If you are not a fan of glass frames and like a modern feel, go with the aluminum, which totally convinces with its structure and sheen. It is lightweight and sturdy and just perfect for this print. 
Limited to 10 prints per size (A3, A2 and A1).

Each print is hand signed and editioned by Anna Katharina Culha.