Wandsworth Artist prints striking images of the power station onto household items

Battersea Power Station becomes part of the Furniture

Battersea Power Station becomes part of the Furniture

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For many people in Wandsworth Battersea Power Station has become part of the furniture.

The redevelopment of the iconic building is a popular discussion round the dinner table.

This is especially the case for the Battersea-based artist Michael Mapp.

The photographer has taken striking photos of the structure, and then printed them on ornate tables.

Wandsworth Guardian:

Tabled an idea: Mapp's silhouette of the power station on a round table

From his recently opened boutique on Balham High Road in Tooting Bec, Mr Mapp specialises in taking family photos that can later be printed on furniture.

He is aiming to move away from the more traditional style, and can print images onto almost any household item.


Wandsworth Guardian:

Top drawer: Another of the artist's designs


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