Pimlico Artwork

  Draw my Town

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Detailed and humerous illustration of Pimlico, South West London. Contains many local buildings and points of interest. Every customer has the option of having themselves or a loved one drawn in to their very own artwork! Immortalized as a cartoon forever. Truly personalised!

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Welcome to Pimlico!

On the left of the drawing you will see a small chap with balloons and a large ‘O’ on a sign, this is a shop called Occasions, a fab party shop.

To the right of him you will see a pilot flying over a few mountains, this is Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, the first man to fly over Mount Everest; born at 71 Eccleston Square.

Just above him is a strange looking being, this is a famous illustration by Aubrey Beardsley; who lived at 114 Cambridge Street. It is holding his head along with his rather lovely haircut.

Above Audrey in the park is Sir Winston Churchill, who lived at 33 Eccleston Square and Morpeth Terrace. Say no more!

At the very top you will find Joseph Conrad having a stroll, a Polish-born British novelist, who lived at 17 Gillingham Street.

To the left of Churchill you will see a walking passport, it has just come from Her Majesty’s Passport Office. Underneath Churchill you’ll see a chap in orange; this is Swami Vivekananda, Hindu philosopher who lived at 63 St George’s Drive

Underneath Swami you will see the flag of Kenya, this is to represent Jomo Kenyatta, the first president of Kenya, who lived at 95 Cambridge Street.

Left of Kenya you will find the Holy Apostles Catholic Church.

Keep scrolling down and to the right, and you might be able to spot a small Macmillan sign, this is in honour of Douglas Macmillan, founder of Cancer Relief who lived at 15 Ranelagh Road.

Dolphin Square should be easy to spot. – Above dolphin square you will see a few students celebrating, this is Pimlico Academy.

To the right of the Academy you’ll find a game of tennis; this is in dedication to Major Walter Clopton Wingfield, father of lawn tennis – he lived at 33 St George’s Square

Just underneath here you’ll find Dracula, which was written by Bram Stoker, who died at 26 St George’s Square.

Slightly to the north of the map you will see a cave of wonders, this is Cave gallery, the first venue to display this very artwork.

Behind Cave you will see William Morris ‘Billy’ Hughes, 7th Prime Minister of Australia, born at 7 Moreton Place!

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