Visions of Nottingham #2 : Scoping the Council House

4th February 2018
by Lamar Francois
  • Through the looking-glass

Scoping the Council House , Sep 2014

About the image :

I fully exploited the hexagonal facade of a car park along Mount Street in Nottingham to get a cheeky look at the Council House. A fascinating car park , with some interesting geometric forms in addition to the facade due to the supporting concrete beams – which I included in this image. I always try to incorporate an element of playfulness in the work I do.

Available as a limited edition of 50.

Size of print : 12″ x 8″  incorporated into a 16″ x 12″ frame.

Each image will be bespoke framed and hand signed with certificates of authenticity attached confirming and proving this. Printed using Hahnemule Fine Art Paper.

Price : £95 to include shipping and delivery costs.

Shipping : 21 days

Remaining editions : 50

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