Lake District Skyline Landmarks Art Print - can be personalised
A black and white print of my illustration of the most famous landmarks in the Cumbrian Lake District.
Great as a gift for any Cumbrian, or as a gift for someone who loves visiting the Lakes. It could also make a lovely wedding or engagement gift, and can even be personalised with names and a date.
The illustration was drawn using pen and ink, by hand, and has then been digitally manipulated to come up with the final image. It features Skiddaw, Derwentwater, the Windermere Launch, Wordsworth's Dove Cottage, the Grasmere Gingerbread Shop, Bridge House at Ambleside, Beatrix Potter's Hilltop Farm, Keswick Pencil Museum, Moot Hall and the Castlerigg Stone Circle. There's also a little Herdwick sheep, some little sailing boats, the Bassenthwaite ospreys and a little paraglider.
I grew up in Cumbria and went to school in Keswick, so this has been a lovely project to complete - and it feels very close to my heart!
The standard print is approx 210mm x 300mm and fits into any off the shelf A4 sized frame.
The large print is approx 300mm x 420mm and will fit into an A3 frame.
You can opt to add a line of text to the bottom left of the image if required (making a wonderful personal housewarming, wedding, engagement or leaving gift).
It's printed digitally onto high quality archival paper which will not fade or discolour. It will arrive unframed, in a hardbacked envelope (large prints will be rolled in a tube).
Also available as a card or as wedding or party invites.
Frames are as follows:
Black and white frames are made from polcore; they are both 1.9cm wide and 3.2cm deep - the outer dimensions are 32.5cm x 24cm - that's around 13" x 9.5". Black has a slight wood effect texture; white frames have a smooth finish.
Solid oak frames are 2cm wide and 1.3cm deep - total size is approx 33cm x 24cm (around 13" x 9.5").
The frames are glazed with a quality styrene/acrylic which is not distinguishable from glass when on the wall. It's a safety conscious option, and it greatly reduces the chance of postal breakages.