Treat Yourself To This Hand-Drawn Map, And Help Grenfell Fire Victims

Laura Reynolds
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Last Updated 04 July 2017

Treat Yourself To This Hand-Drawn Map, And Help Grenfell Fire Victims

This beautiful hand-drawn map of west London shows the area in all its glory — and is helping victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

The map, by design studio House of Cally, costs £45, with each copy signed by hand. For the rest of June, the entirety of this sum for every copy of the print sold will be donated to the charity set up to help victims of the fire

The map covers an area from the Natural History Museum in the south, to Maida Vale in the north, and the Serpentine in the east, to Shepherd's Bush in the west. Details include canal boats, the Trellick Tower, and the Warwick Castle pub. The Grenfell Tower falls within this area.

The map's designer Cally was inspired to help, saying:

My family live metres away in an adjacent block and it's an area I know really well. I am so devastated for the victims of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire. My thoughts are with everybody impacted by this truly awful situation.

Cally hopes to raise a decent sum by the end of June. To see the full map, and to buy a copy, visit House of Cally's Etsy site.

If you fancy treating yourself to a new piece of artwork, now's the time to do so. For other ways to help the victims of the fire, click here.

***UPDATE 4 JULY 2017: Cally contacted us shortly after this offer ended with the following message***:

It has been incredible for me to see orders coming in from across the globe from Argentina to Australia, Japan, the USA all over Europe as well as many from the UK.

Thanks to the big give donation match I was able to raise £6268.50 for the Grenfell Tower fund