An illustrated graphic art print of London's iconic Brutalist landmark, the Welbeck street car park off Oxford Street.
The un missable diamond-patterned facade made of pre fabricated concrete this multi-storey brutalist building was designed by Michael Blampied & Partners and opened in 1971 to service the new Debenhams flagship department store on Oxford Street.
Its unusual design consists of a tessellated façade of prefabricated concrete polygons, the bottom point of each slotting alongside one of the corners of another.The frame is open to the elements, acting like the radiator grill of a car in that it ventilates fumes from the interior.
For this, I wanted to try a different style, that accentuates the sharp geometric diamond patterened facade of the building.
The car park was denied listed status by the government heritage body Historic England, and probably just a matter of time before it gets bull dozed for another mall, hotel or super store of some sort.
This minimal graphic print makes for a great addition to your art wall, or a housewarming gift for a London lover.
This poster is available in 4 different sizes A5, A4, A3 and A2 (Giclee)
This poster is available in 2 colours. Dark Brown and Cream.
Please note: The posters are not framed.
Printed on 300gsm thick matte paper. The prints are mailed in sturdy postal tubes (A3) or in board back envelopes (A4).
Delivery in UK: Royal Mail First Class.
Intl Delivery: Royal Mail Tracked. (Please allow 10-20 days for delivery after dispatch for international deliveries bearing customs in mind)
A5: 14.8 x 21 cm
A4: 21.0 x 29.7cm
A3: 29.7 x 42.0cm
A2: 42 x 59.4cm