Detailed and hand drawn black/white city print.
Heiner Radau about it:
Created in 2014 when i traveled to London to take another perspective on this metropole of finance and tea, a sizzling melting pot of cultures. I used to live here when i was an intern at the fashion house "Alexander Mc Queen" in 2012, so this time i came back to draw it. Rediscovering the city by bike, i was naturally drawn to many of my favorite places that felt like home already: Camden lock, Barbican center, London bridge and Shoreditch. Always without a crowd of interested people surrounding me, asking questions and blocking my view. But i love it.
Travel and Draw is the perfect way for me to come closer to the heart of the city and of the people that live here.
Size: A1, 594mm x 841mm
Print: high quality offset print
Paper: heavy semigloss 250g/m2
About the artist:
Born and raised in the east of Berlin, Heiner Radau made his entry to the art scene by spraying colorful graffiti on grey walls. But after being caught by the police and sentenced twice, the young artist made a 180° turn:
He started to study textile and surface design, and slowly learned to integrate his need for free express in a useful manner.
Today Heiner is a free artist who travels the globe, bringing his unique black and white graphic style directly from the streets of the world, to the world of streetwear.