Street of Blue Plaques

Danny has been creating English Heritage-style paper or vinyl plaques to commemorate real, former residents of houses and shops since 2011, based on historic census information from 1841-1911.

JOIN THE BLUE PLAQUE COMMUNITY, discover and share who lived in your house all those years ago. Was it a butcher, baker, solidified soup maker? Xylonite factory boy, goldsmith or ostrich feather curler? WE CAN FIND OUT and create a plaque for your home, individually researched and designed, and each one will be unique and specific to your address.

Single orders have 2 print options, both approx 30cm diameter but can be any size, please contact us with your requests.

- Smart, unframed giclée print to hang on your wall £40 or
- Self-clinging vinyl window plaque, the street-facing re-positionable option £25 *

Get your neighbours on board and create your own Street of Blue Plaques for just £10 each! **

*to be able to offer this price I need to order in batches, so may be lag in delivery date. Guaranteed 10 day delivery £50.

**for a minimum commission of approx 50 window plaques in the same vicinity you can turn your Street blue too!
(subject to available census information)

An LP-sized, beautiful giclée print for your home, celebrating someone who lived in your house before you. A few lines of interesting extra information, such as birthplace, spouse and children's names, or even residents from a different census is added underneath.

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Danny created over 65 plaques for Grosvenor Park Road, Walthamstow. They were displayed as part of the E17 Art Trail from 2-11 Sept 2011 in the front windows of the actual address given in the censuses. All the designs are grouped together below.
Thanks to all who helped make this happen.


A curated collection of art and design-themed plaques for craftsmen and makers in Waltham Forest in the second half of the 19th Century, from an ink bottler and gallery attendant to famous furniture designer.  

A curated collection of art and design-themed plaques for craftsmen and makers in Waltham Forest in the second half of the 19th Century, from an ink bottler and gallery attendant to famous furniture designer.

 


Created for the 'Tasty' exhibition of food-related artwork during the E17 Food Festival, Danny brought together plaques celebrating those working in the eating, drinking and cooking-related occupations in Walthamstow in the second half of the 19th Century. From the butter boy and pickle packer to the dining table maker and coffee house keeper.  

Created for the 'Tasty' exhibition of food-related artwork during the E17 Food Festival, Danny brought together plaques celebrating those working in the eating, drinking and cooking-related occupations in Walthamstow in the second half of the 19th Century. From the butter boy and pickle packer to the dining table maker and coffee house keeper.

 



  An exhibition of Danny's blue plaques at the Vestry House museum, Nov 2014

 

An exhibition of Danny's blue plaques at the Vestry House museum, Nov 2014