Feature in Time Out Magazine

On your next visit to London Zoo, be sure to make the most of it by grabbing a copy of London Zoo Illustrated, a wild hand-crafted silkscreen print. For artist David Robinson, what was originally a sketch of gorillas and occupied onlookers, turned into a mammoth nine-month drawing project of the entire zoo.

A close inspection of the detailed and accurate map will reveal that not only does it include every animal in the zoo, but hundreds of individually drawn spectators, each with their own personality and physical characteristics.

The London Zoo Illustrated map is available to buy with 25% of sales donated to the Zoological Society of London, but you will have to be quick to nab one of the 250 limited first edition copies.

For more information and to view other pieces of his work, visit davidryanrobinson.com.

For more information about the print, and to buy, visit the ETSY shop

 Love the Zoo? Get yourself down to London Zoo Lates.

Over the next couple of months I will be working on an exciting project with ZSL, producing a map of London Zoo! These will be available to purchase as silk screen prints, and 25% of all purchases will go to the Zoo’s charity!
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Over the next couple of months I will be working on an exciting project with ZSL, producing a map of London Zoo! These will be available to purchase as silk screen prints, and 25% of all purchases will go to the Zoo’s charity!

Add me on Twitter to keep updated on this!

A Linocut Print I have worked on over the last couple of weeks. This is the two toned version, which will be available soon. If you can’t wait that long the one tone version is available to buy now from my Etsy account HERE!

A one tone Linocut Print on 220 gsm Heavyweight paper, measuring 297x420mm (A3) printed using water soluble block printing paint. Every print is hand printed by myself (David Ryan Robinson) and comes signed and numbered out of an edition of 25.

"Swampert" Lino Print

"Swampert" Lino Print

I’ve produced my first ever lino print, “Jake the Dog”! I’ve only printed 20 of them, kept 1, gave 5 away as a Twitter competition and then the rest I handed out at Cartoon Network!

I’ve produced my first ever lino print, “Jake the Dog”! I’ve only printed 20 of them, kept 1, gave 5 away as a Twitter competition and then the rest I handed out at Cartoon Network!

What time is it…?

What time is it…?

This print of London is currently with the screen printers.

This print of London is currently with the screen printers.