2012 has been an epic Olympic year for London, with people flocking from all over the world to see the games and enjoy the city. Why not give someone a beautiful way to remember London during a golden year?

Paul Catherall is a London based print-maker who specialises in depicting the London landscape. His handmade linocut of Anish Kapoor’s famous tower, the Orbit, is a perfect way to remember a visit to the Olympic Park.

Orbit Sold out

Paul Catherall

Orbit

Linocut

$262

Over thirty million people have taken a ride on the London Eye since it opened. Do you know someone who loved the experience? This beautifully delicate linocut of this famous ferris wheel is also by Paul Catherall.

The famous upside-down table that is Battersea power station has become a London icon. This graphic linocut is perfect for London lovers and fans of bold poster styles.

Battersea Red II Sold out

Paul Catherall

Battersea Red II

Linocut

$262

Paul Hogarth is a great descriptive artist who is famous for the covers he designed for the great British writer, Graham Green.

Tower Bridge

Paul Hogarth

Tower Bridge

Lithograph

$490

Jason Munro's charming Olympic series spells out the year that will live long in every Londoner's memory.

Man (Olympic)

Jason Munro

Man (Olympic)

Screenprint

$58

My Bike (Olympic)

Jason Munro

My Bike (Olympic)

Giclée print

$58

Lady (Olympic)

Jason Munro

Lady (Olympic)

Screenprint

$58

Pigeon (Olympic)

Jason Munro

Pigeon (Olympic)

Screenprint

$58

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