This limited edition metallic silver and yellow handmade screen print featuring Battersea Power Station would look electric on your wall.
Traditionally screen printed by hand, on beautiful Factory Yellow Colourplan paper. Your print is one of only 50 produced, and is signed and dated with the edition number.
Hand screen printing gives a luxurious finish allowing you to see and feel the texture of the metallic ink on the paper.
Battersea Power Station was built in two phases in the 1930s and 1950s. The landmark exterior was designed by architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, better known for designing the red London telephone box. Printed in metallic silver ink, this print is a fitting tribute to one of London's most popular buildings.
Sold unframed, or with your choice of soft wood frame in black, brown or white, with acrylic glazing (instead of glass) to ensure it stays safe in the post.
Made from: Hand screen printed on archival quality 270gsm paper using metallic silver ink.
Dimensions: 40cm x 50cm.
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