Preston landmarks designed for life

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The summit of St Walburge’s Church and Preston’s iconic bus station are just some of the city landscapes captured by designer and illustrator Dave Robinson.

The collection of Preston landmarks, made up of five locations, is being produced as postcards, posters, prints and even canvasses.

The full range also includes the fountain in Grade II* Avenham & Miller Parks, Grade I listed building the Harris Museum & Art Gallery and the star of Preston North End, Sir Tom Finney.

Preston-born designer Dave said: “Being a designer and illustrator, I am very lucky to work on some interesting projects.

“I am always doodling and drawing and thought a range of Preston landmarks would be of interest to people as proud of their city as I am, and I thank the council for taking this on.”

Mayor of Preston, Coun Veronica Afrin, said: “These are wonderful illustrations of some of Preston’s best known landmarks, and now you can hang them on your wall.

“Dave is obviously very talented and has shown how proud he is of his city by producing this exclusive range for the council.

“I would like to thank him for his magnificent work.”

The range of city scenes will be for sale in Preston’s Visitor Information Centre.

Manager Rita Whitlock added: “The city scene prints are the newest range on offer in the Visitor Information Centre, and I think will prove popular with both residents and visitors.”




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