Place in Print Mercedes Leon Walk Around Streatham Map Art Print Unframed
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A Walk Around Streatham

Giclée Art Print
£40.00
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Description

Celebrate Streatham with this awesome illustrated map created by the super-talented Mercedes Leon. The design picks out some of the area's best loved landmarks, incorporating both lesser known places such as the Streatham Common Pumping Station, and more popular destinations like The Rookery. The print is perfect for Streatham dwellers past and present.

The illustrated art print includes the following landmarks:

Tooting Common, Telford Park Lawn Tennis Club, the Old Megabowl, The Hood restaurant, Bar 61, Wigmore Tennis Club, Streatham hill Station, Perfect Blend, Hillside Gardens, Boyce da Roca, The Hamlet, Tooting Bec Lido, the Odeon Cinema, Streatham High Road, The Indigo Tree, Streatham Library, Pratts & Payne, The White Lion, St Leonard's Church, The Earl Ferrers, Bravi Ragazzi Pizza, Streatham Station, Hideaway Jazz Bar, Streatham Common, The Rookery, the White House on Norwood Grove, Retro Game Base, The Railway Pub, Streatham Common Pumping Station, the River Graveney, Streatham Common Station, The Manor Arms and the Ice & Leisure Centre.

Printed on 315gsm archival paper, this giclée print will stand the test of time. It is available in a choice of frame finishes.

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