London Deco

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As books go, this one is rather beautiful; a three-metre-long frieze capturing the capital's most iconic Art Deco buildings in minute detail; from Battersea Power Station's 78,500 bricks to the Michelin building's beautiful stained glass window to the hidden jewels of the thirties.

It's the culmination of 1,200 hours of meticulous work by French artist and illustrator Thibaud Herem; drawn in its entirety using a Rotring Rapidograph pen and lovingly printed on 300gsm uncoated Munken. In one word: collectable.

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