Produced locally in Bristol by Mockingbird Press, Giclée prints are museum archival quality, 100% acid free and colours will not fade for over 85 years.
This print is from our 'Technical Drawings Range'. The drawings are taken from Brunel's sketchbooks held within the National Brunel Collection. They show the huge range of his work, from building record-breaking ships like the SS Great Eastern to designing bridges, railways and even carriages and locomotives.
The Hungerford Suspension Bridge was designed by Brunel in 1845. When it was demolished in 1859, the chains were reused on the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol’s most iconic landmark. Any loyal Bristol fans will love this print.
When complete in 1838, the arches of the Maidenhead Bridge were the widest and flattest in the world. They carried the Great Western Railway across the River Thames. Perfect for any architecture or design fans.
It is widely known that Brunel designed the Great Western Railway. However, many aren’t aware he also designed the Queen's Carriage in 1847 to transport royalty in supreme luxury. Treat yourself or a loved one to this stunning print.
Launched in 1858, the Great Eastern was Brunel's final project and the largest of his three ships (standing at 211 metres long). She may not have succeeded as an ocean liner, but she did lay the first cables between the UK and North America. An excellent choice for a high-quality print piece.
425mm x 300mm
Giclée print on acid free 315gsm paper
Packaged flat against card