Studio M launches Beatles-inspired art poles
June 19, 2017,
ST. LOUIS — Studio M, a provider of home and garden products, has partnered with artist Stephanie Burgess and Sony/ATV Music Publishing in collaboration with Epic Rights to create the Lyric Project, a new collection of art poles decorated with the lyrics of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The line is available now at studio-m.com/LyricProject.
The collection includes art poles with lyrics from "Let it Be," "All You Need is Love," "Blackbird," and more. Studio M will also be offering an Art Pole featuring lyrics from the song "Hello, Goodbye" that can be personalized with address numbers.
The artwork for each art pole in collection was hand-painted and wood-burned by Stephanie Burgess, an artist from the Pacific Northwest. She uses the texture and imperfections of the wood as part of her composition to achieve her distinctive style.
"Stephanie's artwork is such a wonderful complement to these songs. She has always been inspired by Lennon and McCartney's music, which promotes peace and love, and her carefree, joyful style really echoes the themes of their lyrics. She was such a natural fit for this project. We're hoping to bring a little bit of nostalgia and happiness to the garden with this new collection," says Anne Brown, Studio M's director of product development.
Retailers can sign up to learn more about The Lyric Project and other new releases from Studio M at www.studio-m.com/discover.
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