The art of cartography features heavily in the work of Icelandic born artist Kristjana S Williams. With a keen eye for Victorian art and illustration, Williams has mastered a blending of the old world with the new: using modern printing and collage techniques, Williams reimagines the art of the past with a twenty-first century flare, creating unique and strikingly beautiful prints. ’24 Hringlaga Lundunar Milur’ shows a small section of an antiquated map, detailing Greater London. The whole image is enclosed in a circle and edged with a burgundy and yellow geometric border. Williams has overlaid images of the London skyline (The Royal Albert Hall, St Pauls, Big Ben) along with her signature flourishes (dainty butterflies and bright, blossoming flora) and two, embellished, Victorian hot-air balloons, gliding across the page. The overall effect is exuberant and carnivalesque, merging antiquated images with modern processes for a unique contemporary aesthetic. This print is signed and numbered by the artist.