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05 June 2014 | Art & Photography | By: M@

New Prints Show London's Brutalist Icons

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Tons of concrete never looked so good as in these colourful prints by art and design studio Dorothy. The first shows Stockwell bus garage — which once boasted the largest unsupported area under one roof in Europe, and was nominated by Will Self as London's most important building. The other depicts the Lecture Centre at Brunel University, which featured in Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange.

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The prints, illustrated by Stephen Millership, are part of a wider 'Concrete Huggers' series, which includes landmarks from other cities, such as Spaghetti Junction and Preston Bus Garage. 60x80 cm prints cost £35 + P&P.

See also: London's top brutalist buildings

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Clara32

I would very much like one of Trellik Tower.

Londonlotta

Another artist doing silk screen prints of brutalist buildings in London is http://www.gerrybuxton.co.uk

playgirlc

would like to see more of these