Formerly a predominantly working-class area, since around 1996 Shoreditch has become a popular and fashionable part of London, particularly associated with the creative industries. Often conflated with its neighboring sub-district of Hoxton, the area has been subject to considerable gentrification, with accompanying rises in land and property prices. Former industrial buildings have been converted to offices and flats, while Curtain Road and Old Street are notable for their clubs and pubs which offer a variety of venues to rival those of the West End.
Medium: Three colour hand-pulled screen print
Paper: Canaletto Velino 300gsm
Colour: Sage/Pink/ Prussian blue
Size: 50 x 70 cms
All maps are hand screen-printed in our South London studio.
The maps are then thoroughly checked over and carefully rolled in acid-free tissue paper before being shipped out in our super thick postal tubes.