Lino-cut in black, metallic blue and silver-grey, printed on my 1950s Vandercook proof press. This features the ziggurat style 1936 Luton Town Hall. This building replaced the original town hall, which was famously burnt down in 1919, in Luton's Peace Day Riots.
Paper: 120 gsm white smooth. 35.5 x 32cm (image size A4) . Due to the nature of the printing process, there is some variation in colour throughout the run, making each piece unique.
The poster will be carefully rolled and mailed Royal Mail Standard 1st Class, in a tube. If you require Royal Mail Signed For, or a different level of delivery service, please contact me.
I've long been an admirer of the British graphic artist and illustrator, Edward Bawden, who made many architectural lino-cuts.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Hi Artz Press within 3 days of receiving payment.
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I'd be delighted to hear about commissions, so please feel free to contact me. If you are interested in reproducing this or any of my other illustration work for commercial purposes or financial gain, please contact www.yellowhouseartlicensing.com.