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London - tin pencil case by Julia Gash
London - tin pencil case by Julia Gash
London - tin pencil case by Julia Gash

Tin Pencil Cases, London by Julia Gash

London was the very first Cityscape I created, after being asked to draw something that celebrated the city for a multiple retailer to celebrate the Olympic Games in London. I must had created at least five versions since my original design, way back in 2012. I find different things to draw each time I go back to it and like with many of my Cityscapes, it's sometimes hard to decide what to leave in and what to not include. I always love the Changing of the Guards, St Pauls Cathedral, the London Eye and Big Ben. London would not be London without the colour red, which appears throughout the city whether its as telelphone boxes, post boxes or big red buses!

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Tin Pencil Cases, London

by Julia Gash

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£10.00
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London was the very first Cityscape I created, after being asked to draw something that celebrated the city for a multiple retailer to celebrate the Olympic Games in London. I must had created at least five versions since my original design, way back in 2012. I find different things to draw each time I go back to it and like with many of my Cityscapes, it's sometimes hard to decide what to leave in and what to not include. I always love the Changing of the Guards, St Pauls Cathedral, the London Eye and Big Ben. London would not be London without the colour red, which appears throughout the city whether its as telelphone boxes, post boxes or big red buses!