Another addition to Dorothy's great Lost Destination range of prints: this one celebrating the Trellick Tower.
These wall-mounted interpretations of Trellick Tower and Centrepoint by Chisel & Mouse offer an architectural statement on a smaller scale.
It may not look like much immediately, but look closely and you'll see that this pattern reflects the facades of some of Britain's most famous Brutalist buildings. They've been used to decorate this rather stylish Concrete Compliments card set from We Live Here.
We've been admirers of Chisel & Mouse's architectural models for a while now. We're even bigger fans now they've introduced the new Brutalist Trellick Tower and Centre Point designs.
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.