The Brutalist architecture of London's Trellick Tower has inspired plenty of artistic interpretations, as well as criticisms, since its completion in 1972. This print by Charlie Warde is a fine contribution to that artistic tradition.
Printed using Italaglio inks onto Somerset Satin archival paper, this is a gentle and ghostly reinterpretation of the hard lines of this architectural landmark. It's limited to an edition of twelve so, if you like it and can afford it, you're advised to snap this one up. One of the edition has apparently been recently acquired by the V&A Museum, so it could prove to be a canny investment.
The print is yours for £350.
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