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Eye for London

Eye for London

Eye for London Prints feature illustrated artworks of London.

Inspired by music, architecture, design and pop culture, exploring the often overlooked yet interesting facets that lend character to the city. 

  • Brutalist London: National Theatre

    Denys Lasdun's National Theatre – one of London's best-known and most divisive Brutalist buildings – is a layered concrete landscape that Prince Charles once described as being like "a nuclear power station". It is formed from two fly...

    £25.00
  • Barbican Conservatory

    It's always sunny at the Barbican Conservatory. Such a happy place even in winter, with people relaxing, sketching, practicing watercolours or just having a wander about with coffee. This illustration took me a good while to compose, but I absolutely...

    £25.00
  • Truman Brewery

    Walk down Brick Lane- through the canvas walls of street art, through hits and whiffs of warm Bengali spices, to arrive as this massive imposing structure.Stop to marvel. The 160-feet-high, 1,000-ton brick boiler house chimney, with the Truman’s...

    £25.00
  • Gasometers, Hackney

    On the train while passing over Regent's canal through the gritty back lanes of Hackney, I have always gazed in wonder at these mammoth ghostly gas holders that dominate the skyline looking specially magical at sunset.As a graphic designer, I knew they...

    £25.00
  • Brutalist London: Trellick Tower

    'A Trellick Sun' Goldfinger's design is based on his earlier and slightly smaller Balfron Tower (in Poplar, east London), and is in effect a sibling building.The tower was completed at a time when high-rise tower blocks were going out of fashion as...

    £25.00
  • Rio

    Rio cinema was designed by the cult architect FE Bromige in 1937. Till today the facade remains relatively unchanged. I love the signage at the front- the font very typical of Art Deco. Dalston’s local community continues to be well represented...

    £25.00
  • Hoover

    The bright aquamarine windows in the backdrop of white, the glazed ceramics on the main entrance facade, the patterned black grills on the door, are some of the reasons why I just absolutely love this building and Art Deco architecture! Art Deco...

    £25.00
  • Abbey Road Foxes

    An illustration dedicated to London's favourite residents- The Beatles and the foxes. London is home to over 10,000 foxes. When I first moved to the city, it was thrilling to see foxes slinking down the alleyways. And years later, I still get...

    £25.00
  • Brixton Windmill

    The great black windmill stands alone, quietly hidden away from the claws of demolishers and developers of London. Sadly, the last survivor of it's kind in the city.  In 2016, this grand old Brixton Windmill celebrated it's 200th birthday, and is...

    £25.00