BRUTAL GATESHEAD MULTI STOREY GICLEE PRINT
Gateshead's multi-story car park was noted for its Brutalist architecture produced by Rodney Gordon when he worked for the Owen Luder Partnership. The car park had a prominent role in the 1971 film Get Carter, so is commonly referred to as the Get Carter car park. The demolition of the car park structure itself started on 26th July 2010 and was complete by early October of the same year.
This print features a worn orange circular illustration of the iconic car park, complete with beach style sky and birds and the words 'BRUTAL'.
This artwork is giclee printed which combines pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve an inkjet print of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability.
(inc. boarder) - 32(W)cm x 42cm(H)
(excl. boarder) - 29.5(W)cm x 39.5cm(H)