Tim Tijink shared a private editorial design and graphic design mission titled New Brutalism: Controversial Concrete. This self initiated mission explores, researches and designs with and across the concrete buildings of the architectural motion known as New Brutalism, which emerged in the course of the Nineteen Fifties and at the moment finds itself in a important time.

The concept was to search out and discover methods wherein the mixture of design, typography and images reinforces the spectacular and uncooked architectural type in such a means that it accentuates the highly effective aesthetics of the buildings.

Issue 01 showcases 5 buildings situated in London, Berlin, Belgrade and San Diego. Besides an editorial booklet, the difficulty options three extra poster prints of the Avala Tower and the Geisel Library.

Credits

  • Design & artwork route: Tim Tijink
  • Photography: Matthijs Kok, Rory Gardener (Studio Esinam), Iwan Jewtic, Laura Ockel, Milica Spasojevic, Degraded Orbit, urbanbacklog.com
  • Social Media:  Instagram





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