Own an Edinburgh landmark on your wall with one of Joe Edoni’s special stylised framed prints!
Being the UK's second most visited city, it's no surprise to see how Edinburgh's natural beauty (and its historic importance) attract millions of visitors each year.
Using coloured, sharp-tipped pen, Joe presents the lively atmosphere of the Scottish capital in all-new look!
Princes Street - On one side – a host of glamorous shops stretching as far as the eye can see. And on the other? Breathtaking views of Princes Gardens and the epic Edinburgh Castle. Whether it’s Shopping or relaxing in nature, there’s something for everyone on the city’s most famous street.
Old Town - From the Royal Mile’s cobbled, narrow alleyways to the St. Giles medieval Cathedral, the quaint and history-packed Old Town represents the true heart of the city.
Parliament Building - One of the city’s ultra-modern and most prominent buildings, proving that new really can merge with the old – in style.
Edinburgh Castle - Built in the 11th century on top of a dead volcano, the epic Edinburgh castle offers sensational panoramic city views - attracting over 2 million visitors each year.
Edinburgh Victoria Street - This colourful street is located in the historic Edinburgh Old Town and is one of the most photographed locations in the city! The street was built between 1829- 34, it contains an abundance of eateries and shops for locals and tourist a like.
Scott Monument - This outstanding piece of architecture was created in the 1840s to commemorate the life of famous Scottish writer, Sir Walter Scott. It overlooks the busy area of Princes Street and is the second largest Monument ever built in relation to a writer!
The Vennel View - A true hidden gem in the capital, a staircase leading down to the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh Old Town. From this historic lane you get a mesmerising view of the Castle towering above with its steep cliff sides!
Greyfriar's Bobby bar and fountain - Everyone knows the heart warming tale of Greyfriar's Bobby. This story shows the true bond between man and dog! Greyfriar's Bobby spent 14 years living by his owners grave until he himself passed away in 1872. To commemorate this a fountain was built with a life size statue of the dog on top. Later a bar and restaurant with the dogs name opened beside the fountain and is a popular spot visited by all!
Comes with a premium wooden frame – Ready to hang! (Non-framed print also available)