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The Clash ‘Westway to the World’ Map

£195.00

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The Clash ‘Westway to the World’ Map

Louder Than War is delighted to have been selected by artists Youngerman to offer for sale their Clash ‘Westway to the World’ Map

Westway To The World is part of Youngerman’s ‘Sounds From The Street’ print series.

Limited Edition of 150
Each is embossed with a Youngerman official stamp and numbered in pencil.
50cm x 70cm

Youngerman “Don Letts originally called his Grammy award-winning documentary about The Clash “Westway To The World” after the infamous Westway flyover in London’s Notting Hill neighbourhood. The Clash is synonymous with this west London postcode, so I thought it only fitting to carry on the name.”

The Clash own the 1/150 edition print, accepted by Nicky ‘Topper’ Headon, on behalf of the band.

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ONLY 149 PRINTS ARE AVAILABLE

FREE WORLDWIDE DELIVERY – NO TAXES

The Clash’s ‘Westway to the World’ limited edition print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Details

•Hand printed Giclée print on 285gsm Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl Paper
•70cm height × 50cm width (unframed)
•This artwork is sold unframed
•From a limited edition of 150
•Signed and numbered on the front by the artist, Youngerman
•Certificate of authenticity is provided
•Reproduced by permission of Geographers’ A-Z Map Co. Ltd. ©Crown copyright and database rights 2015 Ordnance Survey 100017302.

Delivery

Your order will be dispatched within 7 days and delivered to your door in a strong cardboard tube.

Our cardboard tubes are made from recycled and recyclable materials made in the UK.

To guarantee safe delivery of your limited edition print, you will be required to sign for your order, when it arrives.

We endeavour to keep postage and delivery costs to an absolute minimum. Our postage costs are calculated in accordance with current UK Royal Mail prices.

£195 (inc. VAT and postage)

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