Discover Birmingham with a unique infographic print that traces the cultural, scientific, social, musical and industrial highlights of the jewel of the Midlands, from 1765 to the present day.
The print includes sections on Birmingham firsts and importnat events in music, medicine, technology and more. The print also compiles The University of Birmingham's 11 Nobel laureates.
Some highlights include:
1970 - Black Sabbath release their debut album, widely known as the first heavy metal album
1959 - The production of the 'Mini', the iconic British car, starts in Longbridge
1896 - John Hall-Edwards takes the first X-ray for medical purposes
1865 - Harry Gem and Augurio Perera are credited with originating the game of lawn tennis
If you are a proud Brummie or want to learn more about this city, this print is for you. Hang it on your wall with pride.
UK & EU shipping (exc. Germany)
(3 5 days)*
US, Canada & Rest of the World
A2 prints - Tracked & Signed (7 to 14 working days delivery)
A1 prints - Tracked & Signed (7 to 14 working days delivery)
* Please note that these are estimated delivery times only.
©️ Created and hand-signed by Alejandro De LunaSize: 42 x 59.4 cm (A2)Unframed170gsm silk coated paperCarefully packed in postal tubes for safe delivery30-day return policy
About The Sense of Doubt©
The Sense of Doubt© is a one-man design & research studio by Alejandro De Luna. I create infographic wall art based on topics I'm passionate about such as music and pop culture history. All my prints are produced in small quantities and they are researched, created, designed and packed by myself. The prints come hand-signed.
The Sense of Doubt© started in Manchester, UK (2017-2018) and I am currently based in Berlin, Germany (2019 - present). The Sense of Doubt© is a registered UK trademark owned by Alejandro De Luna.
Please note that my prints are not for sale elsewhere. Beware of imitations and scams. My work is only available here at my official store, shop.thesenseofdoubt.com and at my official Etsy shop.
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