This is an original illustrated map of Haringey, a borough of London, UK, inspired by decorative antique map prints and the designs of MacDonald Gill (1884-1947).
The entire design has been entirely hand-drawn and digitally coloured by the artist.
Its decoration scheme references the area's rich diversity, culture and history. The coat of arms at the top centre of the design is the official arms of the borough, whcih is flanked by shields representing (from left to right): the old county of Middlesex, of which the present area of Haringey was part of for centuries; and the old boroughs of Hornsey, Wood Green and Tottenham, which were merged to form Haringey in 1965. The two illustrations along the bottom show views of Alexandra Palace and Bruce Castle Museum, two prominent landmarks in the borough. The border decoration is inspired by the architectural motifs that decorate the facade of Alexandra Palace.
Neighbourhoods covered by the map include: Archway, Bounds Green, Bowes Park, Crouch End, Harringay, Highgate (part), Hornsey, Muswell Hill, Noel Park, Northumberland Park, Seven Sisters, Stamford Hill (part), Stroud Green, Tottenham, Turnpike Lane, West Green and Wood Green.
Other locations, buildings and sights featured on the map include: Alexandra Palace and Park, Broadwater Farm, Downhills Park, Green Lanes, Highgate Wood, Finsbury Park, the New River, the Parkland Walk, Queen's Wood, Tottenham Hale and White Hart Lane football stadium.
• Unique digitally-rendered artwork
• High quality digital print on archival watercolour paper
• Dimensions: 300 x 400mm
• Signed in pencil by the artist, with stamp of authenticity on the rear
• Open edition
• Frame not included
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Title: Haringey Illustrated Map Print
Artist: Mike Hall
Medium: Giclée Print
Size: 300 x 400mm
Edition: Open Edition