St Louis Wallpaper

SKU: JG0348

I knew very little about St Louis until I started drawing this iconic city of Missouri. When I draw Cityscapes I also write words to explain landmarks and iconic buildings. It was a sheer delight to write the words Mississippi (for the river that runs through the city). Writing in brush and ink is a beautiful thing to do. I don't have full control over the medium and I love how it takes its own course, rather like the Mississippi River itself! My favourite thing about my St Louis Cityscape however, is the gigantic Gateway Arch that encapsulates the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, and which resembles the tusks of an extinct woolly mammoth!

St Louis Wallpaper

Product SKU: JG0348

I knew very little about St Louis until I started drawing this iconic city of Missouri. When I draw Cityscapes I also write words to explain landmarks and iconic buildings. It was a sheer delight to write the words Mississippi (for the river that runs through the city). Writing in brush and ink is a beautiful thing to do. I don't have full control over the medium and I love how it takes its own course, rather like the Mississippi River itself! My favourite thing about my St Louis Cityscape however, is the gigantic Gateway Arch that encapsulates the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, and which resembles the tusks of an extinct woolly mammoth!

St Louis Wallpaper

Wallpaper

White 300 GSM

90cm x 130cm (35"x 52") approx. More

Made and Printed in Sweden

Supplied in 2 strips and with wallpaper paste

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Julia Gash

The Designer: Julia Gash

Julia Gash is a creative entrepreneur and British artist who is passionate about print and maps. She creates hand drawn illustrations using brush and ink and collaborates with retailers and licensees worldwide to create sustain... Find out more

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Map Maker Extraordinaire Julia Gash has two passions: art and travel. Her Cityscapes fuse these two loves as they depict places around the world seen through her personal vision of wonder and awe. Find out more