Camden Pub Crawl is a collection of illustrations printed on one canvas featuring 25 public house pillars of the Camden community and one step beyond. The illustration celebrates some of the finest local, independent and diverse watering holes from Camden Town towards Kentish Town, Camden Road to Mornington Crescent and Chalk Farm to Primrose Hill.
The illustrations have been created by Amber Lily Eddy of Tour Design and the limited edition print collection of only 250 are individually signed, stamped and numbered.
Each featured building has been bespoke hand-drawn including signage. The drawings are then digitised with layered textures and colours added on Procreate. The completed illustrations have been compiled into a landscape B2 format measuring 50cm x 70cm. The final design then printed using the traditional offset lithographic process onto a 190gsm matt uncoated archival acid-free long-life certified paper (ISO 9706).
Full list of pubs featured in Camden Pub Crawl:
The World’s End, The Camden Eye, The Good Mixer, The Devonshire Arms, The Elephants Head, The Oxford Arms, The Camden Head, The Dublin Castle, The T.E Dingwall Building, Prince Albert, The Hawley Arms, Edinboro Castle, Quinn’s, The Sheephaven Bay, The Old Eagle, The Colonel Fawcett, The Lock Tavern, The Engineer, The Camden Assembly, The Albert, Tapping The Admiral, The Abbey Tavern, Princess of Wales, The Queens and The Lord Stanley.
10% of Pub Scrawls’ Camden Pub Crawl sales profits will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust, an incredible charity whose job is to ensure young people with cancer have the best treatment, care and support so that cancer doesn’t stop them from living their lives.
Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity: 1062559 (England & Wales); SC039757 (Scotland)