THE STORY BEHIND MY ILLUSTRATION OF RINGO STARR'S CHILDHOOD HOME IN LIVERPOOL
Ringo Starr moved into 10 Admiral Grove, Liverpool in 1946 and still called Admiral Grove home when, in 1962, he got a call from The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein that would change his life forever.
All four Beatles moved to a new home during their childhood. For this project, I have chosen to draw the houses that define the biggest part of their childhood and youth, before they left Liverpool in 1963.
Using photos from the 1950s and early '60s for reference, my goal has been to portray these Merseyside houses as they would have looked when John, Paul, George, and Ringo were simply the boys next door.
THE BEATLES' CHILDHOOD HOMES - RINGO STARR // Fine Art Print
Fine art print of my hand-drawn architecture illustration featuring 10 Admiral Grove in Liverpool, the childhood home of Ringo Starr from The Beatles. All prints are hand-signed and sold unframed.
A4 (21 W x 29.7 H cm / 8.3 W x 11.7 H in)
A3 (29.7 W x 42 H cm / 11.7 W x 16.5 H in)
PAPER AND INKS
Printed with archival pigment inks on matte 310gsm / 210lb bright white museum-quality paper. The pigment inks capture the depth and detail of the original artwork and are colour-fast for 100+ years. I have carefully chosen the paper based on its ability to reproduce impressive art prints, boasting vivid tones, deep blacks and extraordinary reproduction of detail.