London based Graphic Designer Peter Chadwick has a love of things Brutalism and has turned his attention North to pay graphic homage to the iconic Trinity Square Car Park in Gateshead which was knocked down in 2010. Best known for being featured in north east based Michael Caine film Get Carter, the ill fated car park was built between 1962-69. Designed by Owen Luder, the concrete car park loomed over Gateshead town centre for many years, even after it was no longer safe to use, and was a controversial landmark between people who wanted redevelopment of the ailing town and others who thought it should be listed for its Brutalist and cinematic importance. Chadwick gives the Trinity Square car park an almost eastern graphic design feel and would be perfect for an edgy home or cool office.
The print is A2 sized and comes unframed.
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