Our winter print sale is now on! Use code WINTER20 to receive 20% off all art prints in our online gallery.
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Now available in my online gallery the latest addition to the Shapes of Brutalism collection! This open edition print is inspired by the concrete facade of the Welbeck Street car park located in Marylebone, north of Oxford Street, in the City of Westminster, London. This striking car park was designed by Michael Blampied and Partners in 1971. This print is available in three sizes.
Our Leytonstone print and textile collection is growing! Check out the new limited editions and tea towels plus our well loved graphic Beautiful Estate, Leytonstone open edition (in a selection of sizes). Click on the image below to be taken to all things Leytonstone.
Originally created as a submission for the London Transport Museum's London Stories competition, this limited edition print of The Birds E11 graphic illustration is inspired by the facade of 527-529 High Road Leytonstone. This building sits adjacent to Alfred Hitchcock’s birthplace and features a dramatic mural that celebrates one of his most famous films. In this illustration the birds take flight off of the front of the building as Hitchcock waves goodbye to a London bus.
There are just 50 numbered and signed prints available.
Unframed print measures 42.0cm x 59.4cm
Each print £90
Limited stock of a selection of our new AW2018 products and designs available in our online shop now. Brand new placemats and coasters plus new tea towel and cushion designs all made in the UK. The extended range will be added throughout September.
Our bright and bold Sivill House print tea towel in the August 21-27 issue Time Out magazine - 'Capital Ideals'