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Award Winning London Based Fine Artist & Cartographer Adam Dant Has Been Described As The ‘Hogarth For Our Times’ As He Chronicles Our Ever Changing City

Adam Dant on Your London Legacy

The award-winning and brilliant London-based fine artist and cartographer, Adam Dant, has been described as the ‘Hogarth for our times’. From his studio above the oldest Ashkenazi synagogue in Spitalfields in the East End, Adam surveys the past present and future of our ever changing city. His astonishing maps are beautiful and ‘subversive’ at the…

Special Season: Mayflower 400 – City Of London Common Councilman Mark Wheatley On The Historical & Present Day Significance Of The Mayflower’s Journey To The New World & Planned Celebrations

Mark Wheatley Image on Your London Legacy Podcast

In the second part of this special miniseries designed to celebrate 400 years since the Mayflower set sail from our shores for America, I was honoured to have been invited to chat with Mark Wheatley at the stunning Guildhall in The City of London. Since 2013 Mark has represented the Ward of Dowgate within the…

Tessa Hunkin Is London’s Foremost Mosaicist & Is Leaving Her Legacy At Iconic Locations Around Our City & Helping The Wider Community Through Her Stunning Art Projects

Image of Tessa Hunkin on Your London Legacy

Tessa trained and worked as an architect until 1989 when she joined forces with Emma Biggs at the recently founded Mosaic Workshop in Holloway London. The workshop undertook a range of commissions for public and private clients, including Terence Conran, Baby Spice, the Sultan of Oman, and Aston Villa football club. Tessa has worked on…

Nev Pellicci Is Third Generation To Run The Iconic E.Pellicci Cafe In Bethnal Green Road, East London The Oldest Cafe In London Bursting With Life & Fabulous Stories

Nev Pellicci on Your London Legacy

Your London Legacy loves to catch up with some of the great characters and iconic buildings in our magnificent city, and today’s guest is no exception. Nevio Pellicci Jnr is the third generation of the Pellicci family—who came over to London from Lucca, in Tuscany Italy way back in 1900. Back then Priamo Pellicci and…