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Artwork description:

The iconic Walkie Talkie building rises above the historic Leadenhall market in the centre of the City of London. Leadenhall market is a covered market which dates back to the 14th century and stands in the heart of the old Roman city. It has featured in many films and represented Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone.

London is my town, I enjoy walking around looking at the buildings noticing all the little architectural details. London is changing, every day new buildings appear on the horizon. I love the contrast between old and new.

Original hand pulled limited edition of 50, 7 colour screen print on Heritage White 315 gsm paper. This is one from a limited edition of 50, as it has been registered and printed by hand each one is slightly different making them unique.

Signed and numbered on the front at the bottom.

Orders are carefully wrapped and protected by thick card and posted in a bubble protected envelope, despatched by Royal Mail Special next day delivery signed and tracked within three days, usually quicker.

Overseas orders are rolled into a strong tube and sent by courier.

Any questions, please message me.

Materials used:

Ink and screen printing materials

Tags:

#architecture  #london  #building  #walkie talkie building  #leadenhall market 

Purple Walkie Talkie, London (2019)

$123.05

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This artwork is sold by Liz Whiteman Smith from United Kingdom

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