Paul Thurlby’s Southbank prints

Illustrator Paul Thurlby has created a set of four prints for the Southbank Centre drawing on the Royal Festival Hall’s distinctive architecture and cultural programme

 

Illustrator Paul Thurlby has created a set of four prints for the Southbank Centre drawing on the Royal Festival Hall’s distinctive architecture and cultural programme

 

 

The prints all feature references to the Royal Festival Hall and its role as an arts venue. They are on sale via the Southbank Centre website in editions of 60 at A3 size, price £100 each

 

 

 

For more of Thurlby’s work, see paulthurlby.com

 

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