Otherwise known as “Little Audrey”, the animated skipping girl sign is one of Melbourne’s most loved and well known neon sings. Originating from the packaging of Skipping Girl Vinegar, the original sign was erected in 1936 and later rebuilt in the 70s. It has since become a much celebrated cultural icon.
After a period of darkness, in 2008, the National Trust (Victoria) successfully raised funds to have the sign illuminated again so that Little Audrey would once more jump rope over the streets of Abbotsford.
Declared a Victorian Heritage Icon by the National Trust in 2007, the Skipping Girl Sign is also included on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Limited Edition Giclée Print
210 x 297mm (A4)
300gsm 100% Cotton Archival Paper
Individually hand signed and numbered by EJ Stevens.
All prints are unframed. Free Domestic shipping - see Shipping details.
Also available as a greeting card.
This print was professionally printed in Melbourne, Australia, on Moab Entrada Rag Natural 300gsm archival 100% cotton paper, using high quality Fine art Giclee reproduction technology. The original Skipping Girl sketch was hand drawn with pigment ink fineliners.
*In support of heritage conservation, 5% from every print sold will be donated to the National Trust.