A Walk Around Brixton

Giclée Art Print
£30.00
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Spot the local landmarks of Brixton in this illustrated art print designed by Mercedes Leon. From the Town Hall to Bowie Memorial, all the quirky bits of Brixton that make it such a vibrant place are included. This quirky illustration is more or less geographically accurate, and spans from Stockwell in the north west to Herne Hill in the south east.


The art print includes: Stockwell Station, The Swan Pub, Stockwell Skatepark, the Brixton Academy, Max Roach Park, Pop Brixton, the Brixton Rec, Loughborough Junction Station, Loughborough Park, Brixton Village, Milkwood Community Park, Ritzy Cinema, Brixton Tube Station, the Bowie Memorial, Blues Kitchen, Electric Avenue Market, Windrush Square, Evelyn Grace Academy, Bovril sign, Poet's Corner, St. Matthew's Church, Lambeth Town Hall, Electric Brixton, Hootananny Brixton, Herne Hill Station, the Brixton Windmill, the Windmill pub, Brixton Prison, Rush Common, Josephine Avenue, Brockwell Lido, Brockwell Park, Little Ben and Brockwell Hall.


Printed on fine art heavyweight paper with archival inks, this print is a must-have for past and present Brixton residents. Available in a choice of frame finishes with express and international delivery options.


CHRISTMAS 2022

Please order as early as possible this year to avoid potential disappointment/delays due to Royal Mail strikes.

Our recommended last posting dates are:

International Delivery (Australia / NZ)
PASSED

International Delivery (Europe / RoW)
Tuesday 6th December (8pm)

Standard UK Delivery
Sunday 11th December (8pm)

Express UK Delivery
Thursday 15th December (8pm)

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"Great wee business with a personal touch. Collected a print from the studio in Forest Hill and the print was framed right in front of me. Phenomenal asset to the local area."
James Masini