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Strong, graphic and distinctive, this small piece of one of the roof supports of the Principality Stadium in Cardiff is a striking image of a special place. Originally named The Millennium Stadium, the venue is regarded as one of best, if not the best, rugby stadiums in the world and is the national stadium of Wales. Imposing geometric pylons sit at each corner of this iconic building which also has a retracting roof.


A Small Piece of Cardiff

Small Pieces are distinctive graphic prints featuring special images of special places. This print is one of a growing collection of images that are bright, direct and individual, creating unique reminders of a special visit, a meaningful location or as pieces of art in their own right. Have a small piece of Wales rugby history at home.


Available either unframed or in a black wood frame with card window mount.


A colour digital print on 250gsm FSC uncoated from the Small Pieces brand, designed and signed by the artist, David Hopkins, produced by Screamprint Limited. Prints are not individually numbered.

The Principality Stadium, Cardiff - Colour digital print

  • Image area 100mm x 100mm 

    Sheet size 152mm x 152mm

    Frame size 182mm x 182mm x 24mm

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