“Sydney harbour Bridge”, a hand drawn, digital illustration ready to hang on your walls. Recently we added one icon from Sydney, being the “Sydney Opera House” which you can see here. This time, we present the other icon on the harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Together with the Opera House, the bridge becomes the main attraction for so many visitors to Australia. They really do present a splendid scene on the harbour of Sydney. On new years eve the fireworks are presented right across the city but the bridge is certainly the centre point of the night. I have watched many shows about the bridge, it has an interesting history which is well worth looking into. You can see a short history on this page from the NSW government. It finally opened on the 19th March 1932. This simple wavy line drawing allows shapes and patterns to do all the work, we hope you like how it stands out on the black background with the subtle reflection. Comments can be left on our website or on any of our social pages.
[The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
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Taken in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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.
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