Linksview House


Illustration of the new Brutalist style flats in Leith, Scotland. This recently listed building was part of the post-war urban redevelopment scheme, built during the 1960s. Architects Alison & Hutchison & Partners were heavily influenced by the philosophy of Le Corbusier.


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The details


A4 landscape, 27.9 x 21 cm

Eco & printing

Created and printed in Leith, Scotland. High quality giclée printing by the lovely fellas at Bare Branding, open access community print workshop. Developed in the 1990s, Giclée has become the go-to printing technique for producing the highest quality, fade-proof artwork. The technique is prized for producing the deepest blacks and the most vivid colours.

UK delivery

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Local & Sustainable

In keeping with my own values, Bare Branding have been working hard in recent years to minimise their environmental impact. Prints are sent out in a protective envelope which does contain cellophane.

They have spent time researching more sustainable alternatives but there aren’t currently any which are up to the job.

In the meantime we encourage you to reuse the packaging. I’m also working on a crafty activity, so that even though it can’t currently be recycled, it can be repurposed.