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Snowman’s Land: An exclusive Christmas exhibition by illustrator Jonathan Edwards Back to Events »

Monday 17th December 2012 9:30am - Tuesday 1st January 2013 5:30pm Charing Cross Road Exhibition, Free Event

Imagine a world where it's perpetually Christmas. A peculiar world where the geography has been adapted to the constant festivities that take place there, with forests of Christmas trees, snowman-shaped islands, candy cane condominiums and present-shaped houses. Only the imagination of celebrated illustrator Jonathan Edwards (Guardian, MAD magazine, NME) could have dreamt up this intriguing display and visitors to the Café at Foyles will have the chance to view it at this exclusive Christmas exhibition.

Venue: The Café at Foyles, First Floor, Charing Cross Road

Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 9am - 9pm, Sun 10am - 6pm
Please note that due to the arrangement of the Café, viewing of the artwork may be restricted.

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