The earliest Doris Day wall art that would be of real interest to fans are those featuring her in What’s My Line? and Love me or Leave me. The latter is the one that Day is proudest of, with this movie acting as a springboard for the singer turned actress. Those Doris Day art prints are mostly in black and white, which is in fact great news for collectors who hope to decorate the house in a manner consistent with the times depicted by the posters.
Romantic comedies were the ones that drew the biggest crowds to the cinema and Doris Day posters remind us of her excellent parts in Pillow Talk, Lover Come Back and Don’t send me flowers. You’d need quite a lot of space to hang on the walls all the Doris Day paintings that UrbanLoftArt.com has to offer. If space is of the essence, it might be a good choice to trade the images printed on big canvases, for the elegant, smaller framed versions.