This fine art print is part of Sugar Coated Island, one of the project that forms Londons, Mass Collective's exploration of the new boundaries of London's urban development. In the background, some of Stratford 70s tower blocks and new shiny towers sit uncomfortably together, while underwater lie the remains of the Euston Arch, demolished in 1962 and used to shore up the base of the canal.
Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Paper
- 30x40 cm | Edition of 10 + 1AP
- 60x45 cm | Edition of 7 + 1AP
Each limited edition print is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity.
Framing and mounting are not included but can be provided upon request. Each print is produced with a small 2.5 cm margin to allow framing to the edge. For more info click here.