Gaze upon a tangled web of wonky walls, crooked rooftops and even more crooked characters from the safety of your own home with our official art print featuring our spectacularly shady depiction of Discworld’s most notorious neighbourhood, illustrated by David Wyatt!
‘a folklorique network of old alleys and picturesque streets, wherre exitement and romans lurke arounde everry corner and much may be heard the traditional street cries of old time also the laughing visages of the denuizens as they goe about their business private.‘
– The Shades, according to the Merchant’s Guild.
Welcome to the belly (or should that be the bowels) of Ankh-Morpork; a melting pot of beggars, thieves, seamstresses, deviants, miscreants, underdogs, wonderdogs and Mrs Cake! Official art print featuring Discworld’s notorious neighbourhood Illustrated by David Wyatt.
Satin finish lithographic print, produced on 200gsm archival paper. Print size (including border) measures 69 x 50.8cm approx. Shipped rolled in a sturdy 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.
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