Taken from my original pen and ink drawing of Toad Lane, this print is available in black & white, bumblebee yellow, and night blue.
This historic cobbled street is perhaps one of the most culturally significant in Rochdale. The Cooperative movement was founded here at 31 Toad Lane in 1844. Now the Rochdale Pioneer’s Museum and the neighbouring pub, The Baum, if Toad Lane could talk, I bet it would have a story or two to tell!
You can also choose your print size: 8×10″, 10×12″, or 12×16″. Your print will be professionally printed using high quality, fade-resistant, pigment-based inks on acid-free 310 gsm textured fine art paper.
Discover how the original illustration came to life in my portfolio post about the doodle here.
- Professionally printed on 310 gsm acid-free, textured giclée paper
- Printed using high-quality, fade-resistant archival pigment-based inks
- Available Sizes: 8×10″, 10×12″, 12×16″
This is an open edition print, signed by the artist.