Meha’s recent Diagon Alley inspired illustration is brought to life in this print, with magical multicolours.

This quirky representation of Victoria Street includes lots of Harry Potter references as well as taking strong inspiration from the work of Escher.

This famous street is taken over by the much-loved Harry Potter and friends in this abstract drawing from Meha. There’s a fire breathing dragon, a dementor and of course Harry…drinking a cup of tea!

Commission by the Museum Context in Edinburgh – purveyors of all things Potter.

Perfect for fans of Harry Potter – who thought they owned everything they could to do with the young wizard!

See the black and white version of this design.

Our unframed prints are made to fit standard sized frames.

Please note:

A4, A3 and A2 sizes are matt poster prints created with high quality Canon inks. Printed on matt 235 gsm paper.

A1 prints are Giclée prints, created with high quality archival paper and pigment inks. As a result, superior quality and longer lasting prints are achieved. Printed on 285 g/m2 matt watercolour texture paper from Hahnemühle with natural white tone.

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Harry Potter meets M C Escher Print – Multicolour

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