Lights, camera and action. Only there’s no camera. Plenty of lights and action though, because it’s London we’re visually talking about here. The epicentre of cool. The capital of culture, permanently. The lights belong to the famous buildings and historically important constructions which line the banks of the River Thames, while the action comes courtesy of the critically acclaimed contemporary cityscape artist who habitually injects live and energy into everything his frenetic paintbrushes come into contact with.
The ‘he’ in question is Neil Dawson. The much sought after, best-selling artisan with an uncanny knack of making even the most animated of cities come even further alive. ‘Nightfall Tower Bridge’ is his very latest graphic incarnation. A monstrously great and good giclee on canvas interlude, which is strictly restricted to an unapologetic 50 copies; all bearing Dawson’s moniker at least. And all highlighting a gregariously lit beacon of the London skyline, the Tower Bridge.