Floating Bristol – Architectural illustration Giclée Print by dona B drawings
This giclée print celebrates Engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel's amazingly innovative ship that was launched by Queen Victoria's consort, Prince Albert in 1863.
Dona starts with a hand-drawn sketch to celebrate the structure’s unique monumental beauty, which is then explored and enhanced using a simple digital colour palette.
Printed on high-quality fine art paper.
This is an open edition print and will be hand-signed and titled by the artist. Whether you want to celebrate a specific event, evoke happy memories or simply marvel at the city’s architectural beauty, this is a true celebration of Bristol.
Unframed print – The print itself is square (200mm x 200mm) but with the mount card added it becomes 300mm x 300mm overall.
Meet Dona B Drawings
Bristol has an amazing range of dramatic engineering wonders. We live, work and socialise in special places and our lasting memories are created there. My artwork is about celebrating the relationship we develop with these incredible places throughout our lives.
This series of landmark cards takes inspiration from the lines and curves of the constructions themselves, each architectural line-drawing drawn by hand, using sketches and photographs to capture every detail. The final work is then put together in a digital collage with a simple colour palette.
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