The home of England Rugby. 

"I drew this in honour of the sport rugby. I drew all six stadiums that are in the Six Nations and is part of a larger series." Niall

Fun fact: This stadium was not always the destination of rugby lovers far and wide. In fact, the land was originally used to grow cabbages, hence the stadium affectionately being known as the Cabbage Patch!

A perfect present for any Rugby fan.

This print comes unframed. 

These posters are created from quality materials. The museum-grade paper ensures that any design won't corrode with time. The pigment inks used to represent various colours are bright and intense. These posters are hangable with double-sided tape, tacks, or via framing.

.: 200gsm fine art paper
.: For indoor use
.: Multiple sizes (20”x16” = 50x40cm / 14”x11” = 36x26cm approx)