Swindon Highlights A4 giclee prints
Digitally drawn and coloured illustrations of a series of 'Swindon Highlights' views of Swindon celebrating the unique locations of the town.
Coate Water diving board holds many memories. For those who used to use it for diving when it was first constructed and for those visiting it years afterwards too. This simplified illustration concentrates on the architectural lines of the structure against the natural landscape surrounding it.
Swindon canals helped build the town before the advent of the railway. After many years of disuse sections of it are being refurbished and offer lovely watery walking routes around the town. This bridge has a wonderfully twisted underside that captures the sun amazingly.
STEAM Museum houses a fantastic collection and shows how much of the town's past is linked to the development of the railways. The George V train shown here is inside the museum but it's illustrated outside here as it tempts so many visitors into the museum every day.
The David Murray John Tower represents different things to different people but commemorates the vision of a man who believed Swindon was a special place. It's striking architecture that rises above the town's other buildings can be seen from miles away.
Town Gardens is an ever-popular Swindon destination where people gather to enjoy the glorious park and the regular local band performances in the sunshine. The cafe is pretty special too!
Giclee printed on Hahnemuhle German Etching, 310gsm paper and backed with grey board for protection. The print is packaged in a cellophane sleeve so that it arrives with you in perfect condition.
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