The Headrow is a section of a busy Leeds city centre street, featuring “the unholy trinity” -The Three Legs of Man, the now removed ‘The Vine’ pub and the former dark and intriguing entrance to Big Lil’s Saloon Bar. I was drawn to this part of the road with the intricate frontage of the Three Legs, the white tilage and the way this section differs to the rest of the Headrow, being smaller,older and less grand than the other buildings.
This screenprint was done by myself, Leeds based illustrator Simon Lewis, in 2015.
It’s a 4 colour screenprint, each layer colour comes from a detailed fine line drawing, making it a very time consuming process, but one which I think gives the final image more depth and vibrancy.
Print size is 42 x 22 cm approx on 300gsm white cartridge paper.
Limited Edition run of 27
The print is sold unframed
The screenprint edition number sold may not necessarily be the edition marked on the photo, and as these are original screenprints there may be very slight variations from print to print.
All prints are signed by the artist.
Copyright of the image remains to the artist Simon Lewis
More examples at www.simonlewisillustration.co.uk
I enjoy drawing buildings, these end up being ones I walk past often enough in Leeds that I end up appreciating certain qualities about them.
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