Place in Print Herne Hill for the Market Art Poster Print

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Reviewed by Daniel Ellis
2 years 10 months ago
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Reviewed by Nicola
3 years 2 weeks ago
I first met Place in Print at the Herne hill country fair and were instantly very impressed with their images and quality of prints and framing so bought their tooting lido print online later that week. It arrived very efficiently and in great packaging order. Very happy with them! I'm a big fan of high quality local companies doing great creative things, and these guys are doing so brilliantly so couldn't recommend them enough. And seeing them being used for the street post banners in Herne hill is fantastic!
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Herne Hill for the Market

Giclée Art Print
£50.00
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Description

Herne Hill Market has a special significance for us, as it was where we had our very first market stall, testing our product back in 2012. We've been going back to the market regularly since, and the market seems to get stronger and stronger. Offering a great range of food, drink and crafts, the market is open every Sunday outside Herne Hill Station on Railton Road.

We were commissioned by the Herne Hill Forum to produce a new set of artwork to be displayed on lamppost banners around Herne Hill in South London. This print is of one of those designs, just at a smaller scale! A great way to celebrate the market, and Herne Hill itself. The simplistic view of the street captures the essence of the place, and the title below the image is similar to that seen on vintage railway posters.

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