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P&O Cruises reveals the best of British art on board Britannia

P&O Cruises reveals the best of British art on board Britannia
P&O Cruises has released two short videos providing insight into Britannia’s artwork.

The first provides a sneak preview of the art installation by renowned British artist, Johnny Bull, which reflects the theme 'The Spirit of Modern Britain.'

Within the video, Bull explains how the concept of the artwork was decided by P&O Cruises while the content was suggested by the British public via Facebook and other social media platforms. Bull then incorporated the most popular suggestions into two pieces of art which he believes will be colourful and fun conversation pieces.

In another video, renowned art curator, Tom Tempest-Radford, reveals details of the multimillion-pound art collection on board Britannia, the largest cruise ship ever created for the British market.

According to Tempest-Radford, the 6,676 works of art which have been produced by more than 100 British artists will complement Richmond International’s contemporary ship design.

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