Art Print Giveaway from Easyart:
What does London mean to you? For me, it’s a wonderfully eclectic city where I can find everything on my doorstep. I was born in London and although I moved a lot in my childhood, I’ve lived in London for over 30 years now. Thankfully, I’m still not tired of London either!
I was introduced to Easyart around the time I started trying to tidy my flat up to sell. What a wonderful collection of affordable Art Prints. Would I like to review their products? Of course! The suggestion was to pick a London themed print. I started with the classics. I’ve always loved Monet and Art Print produce this classic view of the Thames on canvas so it can go straight onto your wall. It’s a good way to create a modern look with an old master.
But, I have a lot of my mother’s watercolours in the flat – and it just didn’t seem fair to introduce an old master to sit alongside her paintings.
Next I started looking for iconic photography. I rather like this shot of Big Ben with a classic phone box in front.
Then I found the Banksy prints. I guess I must be a real Londoner – I’ve seen Banksy art in situ in the East End of London. While I don’t go to bed and dream of waking up to find a Banksy on my wall (in West London), I do love that quirky element that street art brings to our City. I picked one of the softer images (unless I’m completely missing the political message). This naughty cat with spray-cannister in paw has a double meaning for me as one of my cats is currently in disgrace…he doesn’t seem to like me leaving him to the tender care of the vet nurse
My print arrived yesterday, beautifully packaged – the framed picture was wrapped in bubble wrap then in corrogated cardboard before being fixed into a larger box with yet more bubble wrap. Apart from anything else I have hours of fun now just popping those bubbles;). The picture arrives corded and ready to hang – so it is already taking pride of place in the hall. I don’t suppose Micha understands…
Easyart have offered one lucky London-Unattached reader the chance to choose their own print. All you need to do is fill in the simple rafflecopter, remembering to comment below. I’d like you to pick the Easyart print you think is the best representation of London and let me know in the comment below why you’ve picked it. The prize is a £50 voucher to spend on the artwork of your choice from Easyart – so you could pick anything from a canvas old master to a vintage travel poster or something more contemporary.
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