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RFTH LogoRun For The Hills is a London-based creative design house that exists in the space where graphics and interiors meet.

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Anna Burles

AB LogoAnna is also known as a designer under her own name.

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Dex

RFTH LogoAll RFTH art prints are created by London-based graphic artist Dex.

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Chris Trotman

As well as being one of RFTH's creative directors, Chris gets up to all sorts of other shenanigans on his own website.

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Literary London

Literary London is a collection of art celebrating the capital's rich literary heritage. Bringing to life the army of fictional characters who were born here. From the dreamers and dandies to the eerily eccentric and downright dangerous. Not just the living, but also the walking dead. All the winged and many-legged creatures who've been immortalised in the pages of novels. And who continue to inhabit and delight imaginations the world over. The larger than life personalities conceived by an equally eclectic horde of authors obsessed with London's every nook and cranny, its bawdy taverns and refined townhouses, as well as the cities notorious underbelly, its clinks and courts of law.

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In 2012, after six month’s intricate work, a lot of sleepless nights, countless hours of research, we launched RFTH’s first collection, Literary London.

The collection has been enormously successful, with the central piece (Literary London Map) being selected as a winner of the Design25 competition for the London Design Festival.  Another piece (A Study In Sherlock) was selected by GAP & Threadless and turned into a T-Shirt sold in stores across USA.

Have a look below at a selection of the more popular pieces. You can find out more on the website www.literarylondonartprints.co.uk