"A new Geological Map of England and Wales, with the Inland Navigations, exhibiting The Districts of Coal, 1820"
The title of this first geological survey of the area (by William Smith, Engineer) reminds us of one of the reasons why the Earth Sciences have always been so important - minerals, trade and money. However, Smith's non-scientific background meant his achievement was overlooked for years, and he even spent time in debtor's prison before recognition as "the father of English geology".
Measures 63.55 x 76.5cm.
This poster shows parts of all the world's capital cities, each with its own unique street pattern. Designed in Tallinn, Estonia. Poster size: 61 x 91.4 cm | 24” x 36” 196 sticker dots included to mark your travels Sustainably sourced high-quality paper Shipped in...
A stunning representation of the use of colour in song titles. This high quality litho print features the titles of 576 tracks including: Yellow Submarine, Blue Suede Shoes, Purple Rain, Ruby Tuesday and Jet Airliner. Five colour litho print. 140gsm unfinished paper. Measures 100 x 70cm.
This fascinating poster displays the world reorganised by size of country. A simple and beautiful way to see the work differently. Whether you are a globetrotter or information gatherer this is a fascinating way to get a new perspective on a planet we think we...
Where else would you find Abba rubbing shoulders with Aztec Camera, or Throbbing Gristle with Vera Lynn? From old folk ballads & music hall, through Elgar and Vaughan Williams to the Clash's London and Manic Street Preachers' South Wales; Lianne Hall and Geoff Sawers's Song...