Wherearti Quiz – 30th August

Nature reclaiming the urban landscape in this city centre location …

Can you tell me where in Edinburgh I have sketched?

Your comment will not show up until I reveal the answer tomorrow morning. Get your answer in before midnight tonight and I will pick a random winner from all correct entries by this time tomorrow.

This week’s prize is a screen printed tea towel featuring my illustration of Victoria Street.

Keep an eye on my facebook and twitter feeds for clues if they are needed later today, and remember you can also see my weekly competition in the printed version of the Edinburgh Evening News each Monday.

Keep looking up and noticing the beauty in the everyday, you never know where I will be sketching next!

My Edinburgh sketched merchandise and high quality prints are available on my Etsy shop and I am available for commissions too. Email me at contact@www.edinburghsketcher.com for more details.

59 thoughts on “Wherearti Quiz – 30th August”

  1. The crumbling old RBS building, note how they removed the RBS signs so as not to be associated with ruin and decay!

  2. #WhereArtI Answer – Monday 30th August
    Thank for all the comments this week, glad to have some new WhereArtI players 🙂
    This is the now very overgrown fromer RBS building at the corner of Fettes Row and Dundas Street. I love the strong lines and angles on this one, especially when contrasted with the bushes and ivy which is slowly growing around the edges.
    Mark Lee was chosen to win this week’s prize and there will be another chance next Monday morning. Have a great week 🙂

    You can see more about the upcoming development to this site (The New Town Quarter) which includes homes, hotels and an open walkway linking Dundas Street and the King George V Park, thanks to the Architects Journal:

  3. It’s the Fettes row offices on Dundas street.

    I’m so happy you chose to draw it as I find it so fascinating- it’s like something from a sci fi film.

  4. You’re looking at the (ex-RBS?) building on the corner of Dundas St and Fettes Row. Probably from the junction of Fettes Row and Royal Crescent.

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