The work of artists Warhol and Banksy are being shown side by side in a new exhibition which explores the relationship between their creations.
The exhibition contains over 40 drawings and paintings created by the key figure in Pop Art and the innovative graffiti artist.
Fame is one of the topics explored by both artists through their depiction of well-known faces including Warhol's screen print of Grace Kelly.
Banksy's screen prints of Kate Moss sit next to the image which inspired them - Warhol's 1963 print of Marilyn Monroe.
Both artists have a "similar attitude" to celebrity, says Duncan Cargill, director of the Hospital Club gallery.
Warhol's delicate line drawing of Queen Elizabeth, based on her image on a ten pence coin, is juxtaposed with Banksy's monkey image of the monarch rendered in acrylic and oil.
The exhibition, which runs from 10 August to 1 September at the Hospital Club in London, also features Warhol's Beatle series which has not been shown in the UK before.