A vintage style typographic tea towel incorporating facts about Bristol’s iconic Suspension bridge.
Set out in the style of a vintage poster, the informative design highlights lots of facts about the bridge including how long, how high and how heavy it is.
Conceived by the famous engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the bridge spans the Avon Gorge in Bristol, and is the most famous landmark in the city.
The tea towel is screen printed in a neon Red/Black colourway onto 100% cotton, and measures 51cm x 77cm.
Meet Susan Taylor
Susan spent many years in the advertising industry in Brighton and London before moving to Bristol in 2007 to set up her design studio creating typographical giftware.
Susan fuses screen printing and digital illustration with experimental typefaces to create her retro-styled designs. Her passion for graphic design is evident – typography, iconography, bold swathes of colour and a strong structural layout are consistently the focus of her work.
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