The gorgeous Unesco World Heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne. Whilst Australia is so much younger than it’s Europe friends, it’s buildings like this that show even we have history. This building reminds us of time spent in England, it was built in 1879 as our main exhibition space. A black and white image showing off the building itself and it’s repeat, upside version in the puddle. We hope you like it. There is also a similar colour shot entitled “Exhibitionism” available here. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Poster Rails are also available for this product.
All prints are printed on 200gsm gloss paper by a third party supplier. Please note, some colours may vary slightly in print to what you see on your own computer.
All photographs and artworks are covered by Australian copyright laws and belong to John Evans. The watermark/logo will not appear on the final product.