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Brutalist Brute: The Barbican Stairway to Heaven. An Upside-downside-up Art print. Illustrated, Matte & Giclee in A3 or A2 sizes. Home Decor

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Brutalist Brute: The Barbican Stairway to Heaven. Illustrated Architecture Print.

Size Guide: A5: 5.8 x 8.3in | A4: 8.27 x 11.69in | A3: 11.69 x 16.5in | A2: 16.5 x 23.4in | A1: 23.4 x 33.1in
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Fine art Giclee Prints on 300gsm thick paper. I love this, as the archival inks enhance the colours, on light texture. (see last photo)
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Brutalist Beast: The Barbican

This upside- down print illustrates the Barbican as a dystopian, disorientating entity. This mammoth building has a life of it's own and it's residents living in streets in the sky, far above the mortal world below.

Looking up at the tower from the bottom, makes me dizzy. The concrete balconies stacked over each other resembling a stairway to the clouds.

Described by Queen Elizabeth as "one of the modern wonders of the world", the Barbican Estate in London is one of the largest examples of the Brutalist style and represents a utopian ideal for inner-city living.

The post-war complex was designed in the 1950s by British firm Chamberlin, Powell and Bon – a team of three young architects who had recently established their reputation by winning the the 1951 design competition for the nearby Golden Lane Estate.

With the Corporation of London as a client, the project was intended to create a mixed society of residents, but the change in politics brought in during Margaret Thatcher's term as Britain's prime minister inevitably led to the majority of homes being sold to private owners and landlords.

What is Brutalism?

Brutalism, or New Brutalism as it was sometimes referred to, has its roots in modernism but emerged as a movement against the architectural mainstream. It placed an emphasis on materials, textures and construction as well as functionality and equality.

There has been a shift in attitude towards the architectural style of Brutalism – buildings once dismissed as ugly have now found themselves the objects of new found affection. People are coming out in support for some of the world’s most iconic buildings – voices louder and prouder than ever.

When it comes to Brutalist architecture, London is home to some of the finest examples on the planet.

** You might also like the 'Barbican Conservatory', and the 'Brutalist Barbican' prints, up in the shop.**
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Good to know:
- All prints dispatched in 10 working days.
- Shipping: Within UK : Royal Mail First class (1-2 Days Delivery after dispatch)
- Rest of the World: 15-20 days delivery by Royal Mail Tracked.

- International Shipping: Sometimes if deliveries were attempted and unsuccessful, the package is returned to the PO. And if still unclaimed, it gets sent back to the UK. I will try my best to trace, but I cannot be held responsible if delivery was missed. For this reason I provide a tracking code, which clearly indicates where the package is and if delivery was attempted.
- The prints are not framed. Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings.
Brutalist Brute: The Barbican Stairway to Heaven. Illustrated Architecture Print.

Size Guide: A5: 5.8 x 8.3in | A4: 8.27 x 11.69in | A3: 11.69 x 16.5in | A2: 16.5 x 23.4in | A1: 23.4 x 33.1in
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Fine art Giclee Prints on 300gsm thick paper. I love this, as the archival inks enhance the colours, on light texture. (see last photo)
---------------------------------------------

Brutalist Beast: The Barbican

This upside- down print illustrates the Barbican as a dystopian, disorientating entity. This mammoth building has a life of it's own and it's residents living in streets in the sky, far above the mortal world below.

Looking up at the tower from the bottom, makes me dizzy. The concrete balconies stacked over each other resembling a stairway to the clouds.

Described by Queen Elizabeth as "one of the modern wonders of the world", the Barbican Estate in London is one of the largest examples of the Brutalist style and represents a utopian ideal for inner-city living.

The post-war complex was designed in the 1950s by British firm Chamberlin, Powell and Bon – a team of three young architects who had recently established their reputation by winning the the 1951 design competition for the nearby Golden Lane Estate.

With the Corporation of London as a client, the project was intended to create a mixed society of residents, but the change in politics brought in during Margaret Thatcher's term as Britain's prime minister inevitably led to the majority of homes being sold to private owners and landlords.

What is Brutalism?

Brutalism, or New Brutalism as it was sometimes referred to, has its roots in modernism but emerged as a movement against the architectural mainstream. It placed an emphasis on materials, textures and construction as well as functionality and equality.

There has been a shift in attitude towards the architectural style of Brutalism – buildings once dismissed as ugly have now found themselves the objects of new found affection. People are coming out in support for some of the world’s most iconic buildings – voices louder and prouder than ever.

When it comes to Brutalist architecture, London is home to some of the finest examples on the planet.

** You might also like the 'Barbican Conservatory', and the 'Brutalist Barbican' prints, up in the shop.**
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Good to know:
- All prints dispatched in 10 working days.
- Shipping: Within UK : Royal Mail First class (1-2 Days Delivery after dispatch)
- Rest of the World: 15-20 days delivery by Royal Mail Tracked.

- International Shipping: Sometimes if deliveries were attempted and unsuccessful, the package is returned to the PO. And if still unclaimed, it gets sent back to the UK. I will try my best to trace, but I cannot be held responsible if delivery was missed. For this reason I provide a tracking code, which clearly indicates where the package is and if delivery was attempted.
- The prints are not framed. Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(211)
Reviewed by Sarah Seddon
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 23, 2018
Really nice print. Perfect gift. Fast delivery and well packaged.
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Reviewed by Heidi Sullivan
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 11, 2017
This a gorgeous print, I love it. It was packaged well so no damage. Very pleased with the service and will definitely be shopping at EyeforLondon again.
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Reviewed by Kali Ratcliffe
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 17, 2018
Eye for London Prints eagerly whipped up a custom order I commissioned for an anniversary present. All communication was timely, pleasant and with a very personable vibe. I thoroughly recommend Eye for London Prints not just for their customer service but also for the quality of their art and their very reasonable prices!
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- You can also pay in person, if you are collecting the print from me.

Returns & exchanges

- If a print is lost or badly damaged in the mail please let me know, sending a picture of any damage that has occurred (so I can claim insurance later). I'll be glad to refund or replace.

Shipping policies

- All prints dispatched within 7- 10 WORKING days of order. If you require it urgently, please message me- I'll try to expedite the order.

- Please choose the size & the print option (Regular vs Giclee) carefully. Please message me if you have any doubt on sizes and print quality, as I cannot alter the order once shipped!

- Shipping: Within UK : Royal Mail First Class
- Rest of the World: 10 - 20 + days delivery by Royal Mail Tracked.

- International Shipping: Sometimes if deliveries were attempted and unsuccessful, the package is returned to the PO. And if still unclaimed, it gets sent back to the UK. For this reason I provide a tracking code, which clearly indicates where the package is and if delivery was attempted. I request you keep track of the package every couple of days, as will I. Thank you for understanding.

- Please note that prints are not framed. The frames are only indicative. Posting frames increases postage exponentially and no guarantee of non breakage.
- Prints are posted in sturdy postal tubes or board backed envelopes
- Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings. The back lit screens make the colour look brighter/lighter, while colours on printed paper are actually a bit deeper.
- All prints dispatched within 7- 10 WORKING days of order. If you require it urgently, please message me- I'll try to expedite the order.

- Please choose the size & the print option (Regular vs Giclee) carefully. Please message me if you have any doubt on sizes and print quality, as I cannot alter the order once shipped!

- Shipping: Within UK : Royal Mail First Class
- Rest of the World: 10 - 20 + days delivery by Royal Mail Tracked.

- International Shipping: Sometimes if deliveries were attempted and unsuccessful, the package is returned to the PO. And if still unclaimed, it gets sent back to the UK. For this reason I provide a tracking code, which clearly indicates where the package is and if delivery was attempted. I request you keep track of the package every couple of days, as will I. Thank you for understanding.

- Please note that prints are not framed. The frames are only indicative. Posting frames increases postage exponentially and no guarantee of non breakage.
- Prints are posted in sturdy postal tubes or board backed envelopes
- Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings. The back lit screens make the colour look brighter/lighter, while colours on printed paper are actually a bit deeper.

Additional policies

For any additional info, please email me on eyeforlondonprints@gmail.com
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FAQs

Royal Mail gives a tracking number with every International delivery. This tracking is updated at various check points.

First checkpoint- When it leaves UK and reaches the destination country.
The next update in tracking will only happen once the parcel has gone through and cleared by customs. This could take anywhere between 5- 20 days depending on the country. So if the tracking has not updated in the meantime, your item is probably in queue at customs.
The next tracking update will happen when the item has come out of custom centre and reaches the local Post Office for delivery.

I cannot predict how long an international delivery can take. For example a parcel to France has taken 7 days, and in another time 30 days!
You can get the perfect sized frames at John Lewis. A4/ A3/ A2 with and without mounts. You can also get the prints framed at a local framer. The reason I don't ship frames is because the weight increases the price of shipping exponentially and no guarantee of non breakage. Since these are fairly standard size prints, it works out better to get the framing done at your end.
The word Giclée ("g-clay"), is derived from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt or spray". It a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with 100% cotton paper to achieve prints of superior archival quality, that will not fade for more than 70 years.

The process involves squirting or spraying microscopic dots of pigment-based ink onto high quality art paper or canvas. The image is colour corrected to attain the closest possible match to the original work if required.

In short- Matte prints are brilliant, but Giclee is special.

Brutalist Brute: The Barbican Stairway to Heaven. An Upside-downside-up Art print. Illustrated, Matte & Giclee in A3 or A2 sizes. Home Decor

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  • Feedback: 211 reviews
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