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Pattern Brutalist - An Illustrative Magazine

Pattern Brutalist - An Illustrative Magazine

Russian designer Sergey Lisovsky has created an online illustrative magazine inspired by Brutalist Architecture. Pattern Brutalist’s first issue was published in January 2017, illustrating four Brutalist buildings across Russia, Germany, and Serbia. The buildings, dating between 1968 and 1980, are represented by Lisovsky using a collection of GIFs, photographs, and illustrations.

Pattern Brutalist also hosts a T-shirt printing service, allowing users to publically express their appreciation for an often-criticized architectural style.

Check out the site for yourself here.

Via: Pattern Brutalist.

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Niall Patrick Walsh
Cite: Niall Patrick Walsh. "Pattern Brutalist - An Illustrative Magazine" 06 Mar 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
VDNKh Apartment Building, Moscow, Russia. Image Courtesy of Pattern Brutalist

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