Illustrator Stefi Orazi has for some time been taking inspiration for her work from icons of modernist architecture and design across her home city of London, so it wasn’t suprising that she had started to look further afield.
See Orazi’s six prints
As it happened, she didn’t have to go very far, as inspiration came knocking at her very own door in the form of Le Corbusier’s retrospective at the Barbican. Her resulting set of six prints, taking in six of Le Corb’s most celebrated buildings, are a perfect subject matter for the signature block shapes and colours of Orazi’s brush. We feel the great master himself would certainly approve.
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