walk with me Shoreditch Map
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walk with me Shoreditch Map

walk with me Shoreditch map
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Urban art to hang on your walls
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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.

Key Features:

  • Size: 63 x 43cm
  • Illustrated by Ruby Taylor
  • Supplied rolled in a tube
  • Frame not included but available

About the artist

Ruby’s effortlessly charming and bright style definitely makes her one of the ‘ones-to-watch’ in the London illustration scene. Her funky palette and playful trace perfectly portraits the vibrant and lively spirit of Shoreditch. She has exhibited at Pick Me 2013, Boxpark 2013 and at the London Illustration Fair 2013. And she has worked for distinguished clients such as Flow Magazine, Asos, Wrap Magazine and Smith Journal.

About Shoreditch

Shoreditch encompasses Hoxton, beloved of the original hipsters and full of tech start-ups and coffee bars. It also houses Brick Lane, a sprawling street market largely selling bric-a-brac and various extraordinary things as well as Columbia Road Market where London goes to buy its flowers and eat bagels. For the more upmarket shoppers there is Spitalfields, a former Victorian market now redeveloped to house independent and vintage shops and stalls. Despite the investment though, much of the area maintains its original gritty, urban edge; many of the walls and shop fronts are plastered with graffiti.

What we like about this item:

  • Maps as urban art - we love these
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