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Brutalist Beauties 2, set of 6 postcards A6 feat. Masonry Hall, La Tulipe, Welbeck Street Car Park, Autosilo Balestra I © Heartbrut / Karin Hunter Bürki

BRUTALIST BEAUTIES 2 EDITION

A FRESH TAKE ON BRUTALIST ICONS IN SMALL-RUN CARDS AND PRINTS

© Heartbrut.com / Karin Hunter Bürki

For this edition I took a look at iconic brutes from a fresh angle. What caught my eyes was nuance and personality: the folds on the wall of Masonry Hall form a filigrane, concrete origami, or, turned upside down, unfold into a rocket. Autosilo Balestra car park is a saw-toothed ode to the car age. Its London cousin, Welbeck, is currently being demolished. Luckily, there’s the postcard left to send a souvenir. And then, there’s La Tulipe in Geneva. Here’s a 70’s brute who is not afraid to show off his soft-pastels side.

BRUTALIST BEAUTIES EDITION 2

The six-piece set presents four béton brut icons from Geneva, Basle, Lugano and London. Printed on super strong and sturdy paper, the cards come with an exceptionally, sumptuous, soft-touch finish. This small-run edition appeals as a collector’s item and gift for all lovers of brutalist beauties. This edition is also available as signed and numbered art prints in size A3 (edition of 15) and 50 x 70 cm (edition of 5). A selection is currently presented at Print Matters! in Zurich. Through to 02.2020

CARD FEATURES

6 CARDS A6 SIZE

STRONG & STURDY 350 GSM PAPER

SILKY, SOFT TOUCH FINISH FRONT

UNCOATED BACK

SUITABLE FOR WRITING ON

RESPONSIBLY PRODUCED

FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING

ART PRINT FEATURES

ALL CARD IMAGES AVAILABLE AS ART PRINTS

A3 (EDITION OF 15) & 50 x 70 cm (EDITION OF 5)

SIGNED & NUMBERED

SIHL PAPER, COLOUR, SILK-MAT, 135 GSM

SILKY, SOFT TOUCH FINISH FRONT

UNFRAMED, NO WHITE BORDER

FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING UP TO SIZE A3

Brutalist Beauties 2, set of 6 postcards A6 feat. Masonry Hall, La Tulipe, Welbeck Street Car Park, Autosilo Balestra I © Heartbrut / Karin Hunter Bürki

"Brutality, drama, a yearning for beauty and Instagram-friendly aesthetics - these concrete beauties are very contemporary now."

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