New print release! Diana Boyle is an artist from London who makes amazingly detailed illustrations from pen. My favorites are her cityscapes, one of which just launched over at The Working Proof today! Singapore. Old Versus New. documents a visit Diana made to Singapore. Staying in Little India, she was inspired by the relationship of the neighborhood’s new and old architectural styles – each street a cultural revolution in fascinating harmony.
We are excited to announce that this print is the first edition we are launching that comes with a large scale, ready to hang option – which is great, because the print is so detailed that it is best viewed at a larger scale. The print is available in an unframed 11×14 size. In addition, we’ve teamed up with Plywerk to offer archival inkjet 16×20 and 24×30 prints, which are mounted on ¾” sustainably grown and harvested carbonized bamboo. The bamboo panel comes with a keyhole slot on the back for easy hanging. You can learn more about the panels here.
15% of each print sold will be donated to Architecture for Humanity, because Diana thinks that a charity that works to bring people together under one roof – whether it be a school, a home, or a community centre – deserves her support. You can read our interview with Diana here, and buy the print here.