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A minimal style abstract reflecting colours of grey and green around the canals and buildings of industrious Digbeth, Birmingham. 100cm x 30cm or 3, 30cm x 30cm
Mediums: Colour, Digital, Giclée, Full Spectrum, Photo
Materials: Canvas, Print.
The image was created from an original photograph taken at the meeting point of River Street and Floodgate Street, Birmingham UK. Digbeth's street names refer to an embankment that was built to prevent flooding. It was as early as the 12th Century that Digbeth played its part of an important regional route which brought travellers and trade from different towns.
Today Digbeth and the area around The Custard Factory is more renown for modernistic facades, streetart and graffiti but 8) look around the back and great architectural gems from our more industrious past reside here too.