The Brutalist Colouring Book

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The Brutalist Colouring Book

Friday March 17, 2017 Written by Garry

Brutalist architecture isn’t exactly known for its broad colour palette, but that’s what makes this Brutalist Colouring Book from Belgian graphic designer Marc Thomasset so enticing.

On the one hand, the book’s 34 pages let you reimagine buildings such as the Geisel Library or Croatia’s Monument to the Revolution of the People of Moslavina with, well, a little more colour. On the other, it gives you the option to stick with the classic grey lead pencil and not be called out for being too boring – you're simply dabbling in a little photorealism. You can order your copy here.

Related: We have a massive feature on brutalist architecture in Smith Journal volume 22, in stores now. Grab a copysubscribe or find your local stockist.