Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee, County Durham, Travel Poster (portrait)

£12.50£55.00

Situated in the town of Peterlee, north east England, the Grade-II listed Apollo Pavilion was designed by the artist and architect Victor Pasmore. Built in 1969, this piece of brutalist public art was named after the Apollo space missions of the same era.

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Apollo Pavilion, Peterlee, County Durham

Travel Poster by Poster Creative (portrait)

Available in various colours: Orange | Blue | Yellow | Turquoise

Situated in the town of Peterlee, north east England, the Grade-II listed Apollo Pavilion was designed by the artist and architect Victor Pasmore.

Built in 1969, this piece of brutalist public art was named after the Apollo space missions of the same era.

Quality:

Giclée high-quality archival print on 240gsm Matt Ultra stock paper for vibrant and accurate colour reproduction.

Dimensions:

A5 (148mm x 210mm) or A4 (210mm x 297mm) or A3 (297mm x 420mm) or A2 (420mm x 594mm). This poster is printed to the edge of the paper (no border).

Other sizes, such as A1 (594mm x 841mm) may be available on request. Contact us at hello@postercreative.co.uk for more details. Please note: other ‘A’ sizes may incur extra costs and lead-time.

Packaging:

Poster prints are quality checked by our experienced fine art printer and by us. All prints are carefully wrapped in protective acid-free tissue paper and sealed with a removable sticker. A5 and A4 prints are placed in a hardback envelope. A3 and A2 prints are hand-rolled and packed very carefully into a strong cardboard tube for sending out to you in the post. Please note: prints don’t include mounting or frame.

Delivery:

A5 and A4 poster prints are delivered for free. For A3 and A2 poster prints, a standard delivery cost of £3.95 is applied at checkout (Royal Mail 1st class delivery – UK only). Please allow up to 7 business days from order to delivery.