A high-quality, framed giclée print of the Cofiwch Dryweryn graffiti by world renowned artist Pete Fowler (best known for his collaborations with the Super Furry Animals).
The iconic graffiti was painted in protest to the compulsory eviction of the village of Capel Celyn so the valley could be flooded by the new Tryweryn Reservoir, built to provide water to Liverpool. It has since become a symbol and a slogan for the Welsh language and has been recrafted many times following acts of vandalism against the monument.
This framed print is the perfect purchase for any fans of Pete Fowler or of the protest message this artwork represents.
Profits from the sale will support Welsh literature, for example the Platforming Under-represented Writers Scheme.
235 x 325mm
PLEASE NOTE – Last posting date for Christmas 2019 delivery: 4pm on 18 December.
Please allow 2 working weeks from 6 January for dispatch of any merchandise ordered between this date and 5 January 2020.