Own a Glasgow landmark on your wall with one of Joe Edoni’s special scenic framed prints
Glasgow. The welcoming, buzzing city of Scotland – home to world-class attractions, grand Victorian architecture, and a thriving arts scene.
Using coloured, sharp-tipped pen, Joe presents some of Glasgow’s most famous and magnificent scenic hotspots – in an all-new stylised look!
Central Station – Opening its doors over 140 years ago, Central Station proudly remains one of Glasgow’s most famous and iconic historical landmarks.
Glasgow Skyline – Soaring above the city’s rooftops, Glasgow’s brooding, panoramic city skyline sits.
The River Clyde – The famous Clyde. A river that transformed the once unknown Glasgow into a global trading powerhouse - allowing the city to flourish into the sprawling metropolis we know and love today.
Kelvingrove Gallery & Museum – Boasting a 120-year-old history and built in a Baroque Spanish style, it’s no wonder Kelvingrove’s vivid architectural look attracts almost 2 million visitors each year.
Glasgow Cathedral - A prime example of beautiful old British architecture! Glasgow Cathedral is rich with history and is the oldest Cathedral on main land Scotland, as well as the oldest building standing in Glasgow.
Glasgow University - This amazing university is renowned for its education and rich history throughout the UK. The University has stood since 1451 and is the 4th oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Snuff Mill Bridge - located in the southside of Glasgow in the suburb of Cathcart, this hidden gem is nestled between nature and buildings. It has stood since the 1800s and is a picturesque location by the white cart River.
Glasgow Botanical Gardens - Built in the early 1800s, Glasgow Botanical Gardens brings the exoticness to Glasgow. Featuring a wide array of exotic plants and herbs, it was once an old railway station but now is a prime tourist spot!
Riverside (Transport) Museum and Tall ship - A truly exciting piece of modern architecture, this building opened in 2011 on the banks of the River Clyde! It holds the deserved accolade of "European Museum of the year award 2013". Anchored alongside this modern building is the historic vessel known as Glenlee (Tallship).
The People's Palace - A Glasgow favourite, located in Glasgow Green on the edge of the city centre.