Cut-Out Ink And Pen Illustrations Of London’s Oldest Pubs And Other Landmarks By Maxwell Tilse – Design You Trust

Cut-Out Ink And Pen Illustrations Of London’s Oldest Pubs And Other Landmarks By Maxwell Tilse

Traveling illustrator Maxwell Tilse documents his European journeys by creating small drawings of each city he lands in.

After two years of living in London, Tilse has released a new series of miniature cut-out illustrations that depict the city’s oldest pubs and other famous landmarks. The detailed works are merely 5 cm tall, yet capture the diverse architecture found in London’s pubs and other buildings.

More info: Maxwell Tilse, Instagram, Shop (h/t: colossal)












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