With many of us living within ever-changing urban environments, architecture which is both aesthetically pleasing and ergonomic is increasingly important.
Explore 8 artists whose work is inspired by the crossover between the natural and the man-made; focusing on concepts relating to the city, from materials to geometric form.
Striking geometric frameworks formed by sharp line and angular strokes.
- John Charles
Palette-knife edging highlights the fragile and ephemeral urban landscape. As featured in current dot-art exhibition, Metropolis.
- James Chadderton
A digital dystopia of well-known architectural structures. *Insert haunting Hans Zimmer soundtrack*
- Karen Harkness
Tonal watercolours of Liverpool’s most recognisable interior structures.