Lynmouth Harbour

A poster of Lynmouth Harbour

An experimental montage of Lynmouth Harbour executed with multiple layers of cut and torn coloured tissue paper.

The strange building on the harbour wall is the Rhenish Tower , originally built to store salt water for an indoor bath. It was later fitted with a light to act as a beacon above the harbour. The current structure is an exact replica constructed following damage in the devastating 1952 floods.

This poster is available to purchase in four sizes from A1, A2, A3 and A4. All prints are made to order snd produced on a silk matt 170gsm paper.

For those who are not familiar with all the ‘A’ paper sizes, a visual guide to these is shown below:

size guides from A1 to A4
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Published by Bruce Aiken

A maths and physics student who ran away to art college and has worked as a freelance creative ever since.

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