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Brutalist architecture prints by Art & Hue

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If you have a love of mid-20th century concrete constructions, then the brutalist architecture prints by Art & Hue could be the thing you need for your walls.

Each design is inspired by the ‘optimistic and space age’ concrete architecture of the 1960s, which tends to be referred to as brutalism in the modern era.

Using key features of key buildings (Centre Point, Space House, Welbeck Street Car Park, and the Barbican Estate), Art & Hue has produced a range of pop art to celebrate both the structures and the movement as a whole. Oh yes, they look very cool on the wall too.

Various sizes and colours are available, with prices starting at £15.

Find out more at the Art & Hue website



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