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The Glorious 25th of May Print

All the little angels rise up, rise up.
All the little angels rise up high!

Always remember the 25th of May with a stunning view of Treacle Mine Road on the night of the Glorious Revolution. Behold the barricades, witness lilac in full bloom, and pay tribute to the brave and noble officers of Ankh-Morpork’s Night Watch . . .


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How do they rise up, rise up, rise up?
How do they rise up, rise up high?

A spectacular artwork featuring the brave souls of the People’s Republic of Treacle Mine Road on the night of the People’s Revolution of the Glorious Twenty-Fifth of May. There are lots of details from Terry Pratchett’s brilliant book Night Watch to spot in this ‘glorious’ illustration by David Wyatt – ‘watch’ out for Vimes as John Keel,  plus a young Havelock Vetinari, Rosie Palm and Nobby Nobbs . . . and a hard-boiled egg!

Satin finish lithographic print, produced on 200gsm archival paper. Print size (including border) measures 69 x 50.8cm approx. Shipped rolled in a sturdy postal tube. (frame not included, they don’t roll very well – shown for presentation purposes only).

About the artist… 
David Wyatt has illustrated covers for the Amazing Maurice, The Carpet People and Bromeliad trilogy as well as numerous Discworld calendars, and book covers for the likes of Neil Gaiman, J.R.R. Tolkien, Jasper Fforde, Philip Pullman and Kieren Larwood.