The Artwork of John Lennon, Kids

John Lennon, one of the world’s most iconic and influential musicians, was a visual artist long before he was a musician. He attended the prestigious Liverpool Art Institute from 1957 to 1960 and continued to draw throughout his life. 

Lennon’s collection of drawings entitled “Real Love” was created when his son, Sean, was a child. John drew these whimsical images and together he and Sean came up with beautiful and imaginative titles for each drawing. 

The Real Love drawings signify a very important and meaningful aspect of the bonding experience that parent and child share. They embody love, emotion, imagination, creativity, and wonder. 

The graphic collection of John Lennon Artwork has traveled throughout the U.S., England, Spain, Italy, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Hong Kong and Manila generating millions of impressions and garnering over $200,000 in sales per weekend.