Brutalist Sketches in the Style of Water Stained Concrete

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Brutalism was a post World War II approach to constructing modernist buildings whose primary element was unadorned concrete.
Critics of the style emphasized how Brutalist architecture epitomized the cold, glaring flaws associated with utilitarian modernism.
Before long, Brutalism fell out of favor with forward leaning minds who often used the example of the water stained concrete surfaces
of the buildings to cite just how poorly the new experiment in architecture had been executed.

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released February 10, 2013

Peer Group is
Justin Marc Lloyd (violentthreads.blogspot.com) Carl Kruger (discogs.com/artist/Carl+Kruger)

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