Locations featured Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Walsall, The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, West Bromwich, Dudley, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Solihull, Coventry.
Points of interest include Packwood House, Coventry Transport Museum, The National Motorcycle Museum, Land Rover Jaguar Experience, NEC, Birmingham Airport, Sarehole Mill Museum, Edgbaston Stadium, Cadbury World, University of Birmingham, Bullring, Library of Birmingham, Arena Birmingham, Spaghetti Junction, Woodgate Valley Country Park, Red House Glass Cone, Saltwells Local Nature Reserve, Black Country Living Museum, Wightwick Manor, Bantock House, The New Art Gallery, Sutton Park, Soho House Museum, Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple, Farley Clock Tower, Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens.
Unframed prints are available in four sizes: A4 21 × 29.7cm A3 29.7 x 42cm A2 42 x 59.4cm A1 59.4 x 84.1cm
Professional framing is offered with the choice of three different frame colours: White wood, Black wood & Oak. The frame sizes are: A4 32 × 40.7cm A3 40.6 x 50.8cm A2 55.9 x 81.3cm A1 64 x 88cm Please note that A1 sized frames come without a mount inside of the frame.
All unframed prints will be delivered rolled in a postal tube and framed prints come packaged in a sturdy cardboard box.
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About Holly Francesca
Since 2012, Holly Francesca has created colourful and unique illustrations based on the most iconic places in London, the UK and the World. From original hand drawings their illustrations create beautiful, eye-catching art prints, many of which form maps. Holly designs using her signature bright colour palette and contemporary style. Since their first piece, a Map of Kew Gardens, they now have over 100 different print designs. After moving up to West Yorkshire in 2017, they have been inspired to create many new Northern area maps, as well as places further afield. Based from their studio in Hebden Bridge, Husband and Wife team; Holly, Creative, and Elliot, Business, along with their toddler Mia, form Holly Francesca. Being based where they are, they are constantly inspired by the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. Designing maps go hand-in-hand with a love of travel and exploring new places, both home and abroad. Their aim is to give people something truly unique and special that it almost feels as though it has been commissioned especially for them.