Liver Building

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Available in blue, red and white

All prints are carbon-neutral, using 20% recycled paper

350gsm texture art paper

All prints are signed



Liver Building

The stunning Liver Building is the most iconic building in Liverpool and is one of the infamous Three Graces of Liverpool. The Grade 1 listed building sits looking over the River Mersey, which connects many towns and cities in the North of England. The Liver Building opened in 1911 as the Royal Liver Group was massing over 6,000 members and needed a bigger building for their offices. Coined as 'impossible to build' by many, the Liver Building is built using reinforced concrete and holds the UK's largest clock on its facade. That is right, bigger than London's Big Ben! Scousers 1-0 Londoners.

Enough about the history, all prints are checked by both me and the printing company to ensure that they are of the highest quality. All prints are carbon-neutral, and the paper used is around 20% recycled, so adding one of these beautiful pieces into your home will not damage our earth one bit! Prints are printed on 350gsm texture art paper to give an amazing aesthetic and quality feel. All prints will be signed by myself unless asked otherwise. All prints are sent off 1st Class with Royal Mail so they will be with you in no time.

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Architectural Illustrations depicting buildings from all around the world. Perfect for every home with a range of styles and colour schemes.

Hewitt Sketches prioritises being sustainable, affordable, quality, and original. 

All prints are professionally printed on 350gsm Art paper which is sustainably sourced using 20% recycled paper.

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