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  • Coronation Street Art Illustrations by David Crighton
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    Pam Johnston
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Coronation Street Art Illustrations by David Crighton

Come and enjoy David Crighton's Coronation Street collection at our online store! These whimsical illustration of the Rovers Return, Roys Rolls, The Kabin and the Viaduct are delivered to your door ready to hang art work or as posters or cards.

David's love affair with "The Street" started close to 30 years ago.  In fact, we have a Coronation Street Video series that talks about different aspects of David’s fascination with the show available on You Tube (Search

nDavid Crighton Coronation Street Videos).  He recently attended and displayed his collection of art with partner Pamela Johnston at The British Isles show here in Toronto which is well attended by Corrie fans. Each year the show showcases a Corrie star. This year's star was Sair Khan who plays Alya Nazir.

Listen in as David tells how he was inspired to create this art work.

David Crighton is well known for his illustrations of historic landmarks and neighborhoods in Toronto. He has been illustrating the city where he lives for over 40 years. David's Toronto art illustrations adorn both public and private buildings and he is regularly commissioned to do both Corporate and private art work. He has a strong and devoted following! 

Our online company sells classic David Crighton art illustrations that can be framed in glass or delivered ready to hang to your door as floating frame reproductions.  There are also  posters, cards, and a very popular Toronto Historic Landmark calendar.   Anyone interested in learning more about Davids artwork should visit our website at David Crighton Art.com

BE AWARE:  The Canadian dollar has gone down a lot over the past year and people purchasing in US$ or Euros will be pleased with our low prices!


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    Pam Johnston
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