The Sunday Times

October 2006 ~ 'Developers use Paul Mellia Art to appeal to buyers'
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"…Developers are also using art to appeal to the nostalgia of thritysomething buyers. In one Islington Place, a high-spec, high-tech development in North London on sale at £2.95m, comic-book superheroes and cinema gangsters sit alongside children’s animation art from the 1970’s. They include Paul Mellia's canvas of 'Spiderman' (worth about £23,500); pop art by Steve Kaufman, including a painting of Al Pacino..."