Ellie Way is a Wakefield-based printmaker whose practice is driven by placemaking. These images, all taken from the Leeds landscape, are inspired by early 20th Century travel posters and evoke a golden era of travel.
The Hyde Park Picture House, opened in 1914, is the world's only surviving gas-lit cinema. it is also one of the friendliest and loveliest places to sit and watch a film on the planet.
These posters are A3 (297 x 420mm) in size and digitally printed on 192gsm matt paper stock.