Brutalism meets colour, courtesy of the South Bank pop art collection by Art & Hue.
A s you probably know, the architecture of the South Bank dates from the late 1960s into the 1970s. The the Queen Elizabeth Hall opened in 1967, the Hayward Gallery in 1968, with the Denys Lasdun-designed National Theatre following later, opening finally in 1976.
It is love or hate architecture, but for many (including ourselves), this kind of brutalism has more than stood the test of time. If you have a similar appreciation of it (or a find memory of time spent here), you can now get the images you see here in three sizes and 18 colour options, each one an art giclee print on 310gsm fine art archival matte paper and using pigment inks which last ‘several lifetimes’.
They are priced from £15.