Edinburgh

By: Nina Cosford

Catalogue Number: KA2-K6RF

Edinburgh

  • Format: Hardback
  • Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781406339796
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Synopsis

This is a beautifully illustrated cut-paper souvenir, featuring Edinburgh's most important sites. This unique souvenir contains exquisite illustrations and short descriptions of twelve of the most famous sites in the Scottish capital: Arthur's Seat, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Scottish Parliament, the Royal Yacht Britannia, Calton Hill, the Royal Mile, Greyfriars Bobby, the National Museum of Scotland, the Scottish National Gallery, Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art. Presented in a beautiful slipcase and unfolding to a length of 1.5 metres, this is the perfect way to remember Edinburgh. This unfolding three-dimensional city skyline features illustrations of twelve of the city's most famous sites and would appeal to anyone wishing to remember Edinburgh. Presented in a stylish slipcase, it would make a great gift or alternative to a postcard. It can be sold in gift, novelty or travel sections. Great for counter displays, as it makes the perfect impulse purchase. This title is part of a series of city skylines, which bring to life cities all around the world.

Author's Biography

Nina Cosford graduated from Kingston University in 2011 with a degree in illustration and now works freelance from her tiny studio in Hastings. She loves to travel and draws her way around the world, recording people, places and cultures. Her work is energetic, bright and instantly recognizable by the vigorous use of pencil line. She is playful with the tone of her work, often using humour and character to connect to a wide audience.

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