London illustrated wall art
Eye-catching wall art comprising 16 individual tile drawings of iconic images of London
No-one will tire of London with one of these tile frames to remind them of some of the iconic images of this World-Class City and with 31 uniquely drawn images to choose from, each tile frame can be individually tailored to reflect nine different memories or experiences. Produced exclusively in black and white, the frames will suit all interiors, men or women, young or old, and make perfect gifts or a personal treat!
The images have been carefully chosen to represent different aspects of London life, from St Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben, to the London Taxi and Bobby on the Beat and so there is bound to be something to twinge the memory of tourists, residents or anyone who longs to visit this fabulous city.
Each image is drawn in our seaside studio in Brighton, and then transferred onto the individual tiles before being mounted into your choice of a black or white box frame (please specify when ordering). And you can choose which images from the list, below, or order the one shown here which contains the most popular London images.
1. Liberty 2. Olympic Stadium 3. Lamp post 4. Underground Sign 5. London Bridge 6. Millennium Dome 7. Bike 8. The Shard 9. Post office Tower 10. London Eye 11. Phone Box 12. Guardsmen 13. Pigeon 14. London Bus 15. Tate Modern 16. Brick Lane Sign 17. Big Ben 18. Canary Wharf
19. Victoria Sign 20. Umbrella 21. Gherkin 22. St Pauls Cathedral 23. Crown 24. Carnaby Street Sign 25. Post box 26. Westminster Abbey 27. The Orbit 28. Black Cab 29. Beefeater 30. National Gallery 31. Oxford Street Sign
If we don't receive a message from you we will use the design shown in the photograph.
Please note - the tile close up photo is an example from the Brighton wall art, you will receive the London wall art.
Made from: Ceramic tiles. Box frame made from polcore (recycled polystyrene)
Frame Size: H28cm x W28cm x D3cm Individual tile size: 2.5cm x 2.5cm
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