Geological Series – South London

Section of Circular abstract screenprint based on the geological map of South London

Each print in this series is based on a geological map, in this case the 1962 OS geological Drift map of South London. The path of the Thames is shown by the white line near the top of the circle. The section of purple with the lovely red dots represents an area of Blackheath Beds – pebbles and sand laid down in the Eocene, before the London Clay. The rather beautiful blue represents Thanet sand.

They are printed on 300gsm, Somerset Satin soft white paper. The detail image shows the texture of the paper. For some reason computers find the colour of the paper very hard to cope with – it is a warm, just very slightly yellow off white.

Each print is 55 x 55cm and costs £150 plus p&p. Click here to buy.

Blog post about planning my geological circles.

Section of the Geological map of South London
Geological Map of South London
Photo of Geological prints in a gallery setting
Geological Prints & Concrete Pebbles in ‘Found’ exhibition, Bristol.
Circular abstract screenprint based on the geological map of South London