Matt McShane of 3000Lines – “Under the clocks”

Current bid: $200.00

1 in stock

One of Melbourne’s most recognisable landmarks, the railway station on the corner of Flinders and Swanston streets is among the city’s busiest. The first railway station established in any Australian city it also featured a concert hall and sprawling ballroom.

Ask any local to meet you “under the clocks” and they will know exactly where to find you – a row of time keepers are positioned above the main entrance, beneath the arched yellow façade and prominent dome built in 1909.

You are bidding for this Original ‘Lavender’ version of the popular 3000Lines “under the clocks” Print. The Giclee print will be hand embossed, Signed and numbered 1 of 1 on the back. This is the only Lavender version of the design to be produced.

Medium: Giclee print of an illustration

Dimensions: 42 x 59.4cm (unframed)

This piece is framed in a white Australian made frame.

Item condition: New

Time left:

Auction ends: 31/05/2018 9:00 pm
Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Current bid: $200.00

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Description

From central Melbourne to the beachside suburbs and the city’s hip north, Matt has tried to capture the must-see landmarks of Australia’s second largest city as you have never seen them before. His use of contemporary design – crisp lines and vivid colour – help showcase some of Melbourne’s oldest and most iconic architecture.

Illustrated and printed locally, these limited edition prints are unique and stylish, and can be found in various stores around Melbourne including The Block Shop and Melbournalia, and in online stores like hardtofind.com.au and The Store by Fairfax.

Website: www.3000lines.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/3000lines
Instagram: www.instagram.com/3000lines

Auction History

Date Bid User Auto
18/05/2018 10:55 pm$200.00kateprestt
01/05/2018 9:00 amAuction started

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