Oxford – The Grand Cafe

The Grand Café, which is situated on the High St in Oxford, (allegedly) stands on the precise site that housed the very first Coffee House in England. According to a number of trustworthy sources, including Samuel Pepys, a Jewish entrepreneur named Jacob opened the first English ‘coffey house at the Angel in the parish of S. Peter, in the East Oxon’ in 1651.

  • Edition of 12 
  • Size: image 285mm x 380mm, paper 350mm x 500mm
  • Priced as a ‘large’ print (see Prices in the Menu)
  • Printed: 26th July 2017

Blavatnik Building

The Blavatnik School of Government is located on Walton St in Oxford. Construction work was completed in 2015, and although the building has been described as a concrete marshmallow, in June 2016, it received a RIBA National Award. In 2016 it was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize for excellence in architecture.

  • Variable edition of 12 (blue, and brown)
  • Size: image 285mm x 380mm, paper 380mm x 500mm
  • Priced as a ‘large’ print (see Prices in the Menu)
  • Printed: 28th Nov 2017