In Crazy London Fast we seem to feel the heartbeat of the city. This picture will add the vibrancy of city life and a piece of London to your home. The colours of the neon advertising, the movement and the brilliance of the glass enable this picture to convey the pulsating and energy-laden spirit of this famous square, exerting an almost magical attraction on the observer. The name Piccadilly is believed to come from a frilly lace collar from the 17th century called the Piccadil . Roger Baker, a tailor who made his fortune by producing these rigid collars, lived in the area. The Circus refers to the roundabout around which the traffic circulated.
Material: tempered glass 4mm, polypropylene foil printed
Measures (H/W/D): 120 x 160 x 4 centimeters
Weight: 19.2 kg