Holden Station Illustrated Prints
Stylised illustrated art prints of West London Tube Stations designed by renowned architect Charles Holden, created exclusively by Charlotte Berridge.
West London Stations featuring Uxbridge Station, Ruislip Manor Station, Eastcote Station, Rayners Lane Station, South Harrow Station, Sudbury Hill Station, Sudbury Town Station, Alperton Station, Ealing Common Station, Chiswick Park Station and Acton Town Station, Northfields Station, Boston Manor Station, Osterley Station and Hounslow West Station.
Piccadilly Line – Uxbridge Branch featuring Uxbridge Station, Ruislip Manor Station, Eastcote Station, Rayners Lane Station, South Harrow Station, Sudbury Hill Station, Sudbury Town Station, Alperton Station, Ealing Common Station, Chiswick Park Station and Acton Town Station.
Open edition print using high quality pigment inks on 190gsm slightly textured watercolour paper. Printed in the UK, each print is embossed with the artist’s stamp.
230 x 500 mm (180 x 450 mm image size within mount)
Each print is mounted in a contrasting deep grey board. Sold unframed, designed to fit standard high street frames. Supplied packed flat with supportive backing board in a protective cellophane bag. (Shown photographed in the Ikea Ribba range – looks great in a black or white frame depending on your home decor).
Recommended frame Ikea Ribba £8
A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY…
Charles Holden was London Underground’s most influential architect in the 1920’s to 1940’s. He was commissioned by London Underground’s visionary Managing Director, Frank Pick, to transform London’s stations and was a key part in rolling out the network’s corporate identity.
What I really love about the design of Holden’s stations is how elegant they are. Simple shapes and surfaces. Every element of his designs – the lighting, seating, tiling, even the litter bins – are considered. All my local tube stations were designed by Holden, and recently I travelled a little further west on the Piccadilly Line to check out and draw a few more.