MELBOURNE 1930 - PRINT
Seventh City of the Empire vintage travel poster for Victorian Railways circa 1930 by Percy Trompf, reimagined by La Brocante.
The poster depicts MELBOURNE's first skyscraper, the Manchester Unity Building on the corner of Swanston and Collins streets. At 12 storeys high and topped with a decorative tower, it was MELBOURNE's tallest building and contained the city's first escalators.
Professionally framed prints ready to hang with a choice of white, natural oak, dark oak or black timber frames. The framer uses Shinkolite 3mm cast acrylic rather than glass: it is lightweight, virtually unbreakable, has greater optical clarity than glass and provides your print with long term protection from harmful UV rays.
400gsm artist quality, polyester/cotton canvas with a 2:1 weave structure for high quality results. Choose from ready-to-hang stretched canvas or unstretched canvas.
Standard delivery for unframed prints and unstretched canvas artwork is usually 5-7 business days. For framed prints and stretched canvases please allow approx 2 weeks plus delivery time.
La Brocante restores and designs retro images, offering a wonderful range of wall prints and cotton tea towels. With 30 years’ experience in graphic design and printing, they work with images from an extensive private collection of European, American and Australian ephemera, as well as original photographs and art by co-founder Matt Learmonth. The entire collection is made in Australia.