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walk with me collaborate with international artists to create beautiful maps of city regions in London, Madrid and Barcelona, celebrating the idiosyncrasies of each area. Whether as a souvenir of a much loved visit or just a striking piece of artwork, these maps can be purchased with or without the simple wooden frames in the pictures.
- Size: 63 x 43cm
- Illustrated by Daniel Clarke
- Supplied rolled in a tube
- Frame not included but available
About the artist
Well-known for his stunning utopian cityscapes and landscapes, Daniel Clarke has combined wonderful textures and geometrical fragmented shapes. Awarded with the V&A Illustration Award 2012, and selected as the Student of the Year 2012 by It’s Nice That, he has worked for distinguished clients such as New York Times, Google, Dezeen and Brummel.
About Covent Garden and Soho
The former fruit and vegetable market dates back to 1654 but in 1974 it was forever changed in to a shopping centre complete with bars and restaurants. The market is still there but now you will find jewellery and other hand-made trinkets. The smaller side streets have some interesting shops and bars but the area these days is most famous for its street performers and the fantastic London Transport Museum.
Soho is the beating heart of the gay scene and many of the shops on Old Compton Street are not for the faint-hearted. The area is full of fantastic independent shops such as the Algerian Coffee Store and Gerrys as well as a huge range of different cuisines and so many bars.
What we like about this item:
- We love maps and these are just beautiful
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