This print is inspired by the facade of the Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, London. This building was designed by Sir Basil Spence and Fitzroy Robinson & Partners and completed in 1976.
The Shapes of Brutalism collection celebrates brutalist architecture in London. Brutalism championed material honesty and expressed function through form. The bold concrete forms and subsequent dark pockets and shadows created are a signature look of brutalist structures.
This is a giclee print on 308gsm matt fine art paper. This type of printing produces strong, vivid colours and a high quality finish.
A3 - 29.7cm x 42.0cm
A2 - 42.0cm x 59.4cm A1 - 59.4cm x 84.1cm (FREE P&P)
Frame not included
All art prints are printed to order. Prints are delivered rolled and packaged in a hardwearing cardboard tube.
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