“High on a hill, it calls to me… to be where little cable cars climb halfway to the stars…”

I’ve always wondered what Barbary Lane would look like from Taylor Street, if you paused in front of the steps and looked up. You probably wouldn’t be able to see it, but it’s fun to dream. Featuring the original steps and a liberal dash of artistic license, this piece invites you to grab your suitcase and climb those stairs. Available as a print for the first time, this is a high quality reproduction of the original artwork on archival photo rag paper with pigment inks.

Hand drawn, using apple pencil and digital paint, the image uses digital collage and 3D modelling as a reference. The steps are taken from an earlier pice I did in 2015, and the house is taken from a 3D model I created which allows me to view the house from any angle. Rather than just draw conventionally, my devotion to the subject means a deep delve into virtual reality, pushing the boundaries of artwork. One day you’ll be able to walk inside my paintings!

This print is available in two sizes: MEDIUM A3 29.7 x 42.0cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches, and LARGE A2 42.0 x 59.4cm, 16.53 x 23.39 inches. Professionally printed on thick giclée photo-rag fine art paper. A narrow white border extends within the size shown to aid mounting and framing. Mounting and framing are not included. Payment is secure by Paypal and all major credit cards are accepted. I do not see or retain any payment information. Shipping and packaging are included in the price. Shipping is global. Packaging: the print is rolled in a cellophane sleeve and placed in a triangular cardboard tube for durability in transit. Shipping is the standard tracked international service for your security. No refunds can be made due to size issues: please read the dimensions before ordering. For aftercare and returns address please use my mail page. Prices quoted are GBP, please check your exchange rate.