Chin Chin - Battersea Power Station SW11 Print A4
Chin Chin - Battersea Power Station SW11 Print A4

Chin Chin - Battersea Power Station SW11 Print A4

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All prints and cards are printed in the UK on 100% recycled paper sourced from FSC-certified mills. All inks used in the printing method are non-toxic and made from organic pigments.

BATTERSEA POWER STATION : Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station, located on the south bank of the River Thames.

Artwork is professionally printed on 230gsm bright matte art paper
**Frame not included**

Emily Chin, is a digital illustrator born and raised in South London with Jamaican heritage. 

"My work is a concoction of flat design,  detailed textures and fun, vibrant colours aimed to brighten up your day as well as give you a sprinkle of nostalgia."

The last order date for Christmas delivery is Sunday 17th December.

We currently ship to the UK via Royal Mail 48 delivery.

We are hoping to expand our shipping options to include international customers very soon.

Prices

Orders under £40 : £4.50

Orders over £40: Free

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We are a small team operating out of a venue which is open to the public. We will always do our best to keep you informed where there are any delays to our service. 

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We now offer free click and collect from the Migration Museum in Lewisham Shopping Centre. Please note that the museum is currently open Friday - Sunday.

Ordering our organic cotton, sustainable clothing range

In order that we are able to offer a wide range of sizes and variations of our most popular design, we work with a print-on-demand clothing company. These items will be fulfilled separately from other items ordered from the Migration Museum and will arrive separately.

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MEET THE MAKER
Chin Chin Prints

My dad and grandparents came from Jamaica in the 60's and settled in North London. Fast forward to my parents meeting in South London and eventually getting married, they decided to call South East London their home.
I was born and raised in Lewisham and have so many fond memories and
connections. Naturally, I feel most South Londoners [old and new] have a strong
sense of connection and pride to their environment and community, which is how Chin Chin Prints was born.

I illustrate primarily local landmarks around South London that have local sentiment. My hopes are that my work allows people to treasure whatever memories they have with the location, whether they still reside there or have moved on to somewhere new. A slice of nostalgia!


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