This is an illustration of a local icon: Langside Café. It's a lovely place for a roll and a pot of tea. It's one of the area's best places for home made ice cream and sweets.
It first opened its doors in 1920 in Langside Place, and its appearance has changed a lot over the years. Kieron Redmond's illustration is a pick-n-mix of the bits he likes most from its different iterations.
It is a Giclée print made using specialist archival pigment inks on museum grade 300gsm cotton rag paper for a deluxe feel, excellent depth of colour, longevity and stability.
Please note - the print is unframed but it works particularly well in regular, widely available A-size frames without the need for a mount.