London-based artist Thomas Danthony—known for his depictions of cityscapes—illustrated three iconic Brutalist buildings for a series of limited edition prints and a booklet featuring commentary from architect, critic, and blogger Michael Abrahamson. Perfect for viewing on Halloween, Danthony captures the buildings in eerie illustrations, making the structures appear weightless and ghostly.

The prints and booklet, "London Brutalism," go on sale on Nov. 3 at blackdragonpress.co.uk.

National Theatre

The 1976 building by Denys Lasdun houses three auditoriums—one of which recently reopened after renovations. Time Out London called the National Theatre "one of the seven wonders" of the city.
Thomas Danthony/Black Dragon Press The 1976 building by Denys Lasdun houses three auditoriums—one of which recently reopened after renovations. Time Out London called the National Theatre "one of the seven wonders" of the city.


Royal College of Physicians

Designed by Denys Lasdun, this building has served as the headquarters for the Royal College of Physicians since 1964.  An exhibit, titled "The Anatomy of a Building," on the 50 year-old structure and other works by Lasdun is on display now at the Royal College of Physicians through Feb. 13, 2015.
Thomas Danthony/Black Dragon Press Designed by Denys Lasdun, this building has served as the headquarters for the Royal College of Physicians since 1964.  An exhibit, titled "The Anatomy of a Building," on the 50 year-old structure and other works by Lasdun is on display now at the Royal College of Physicians through Feb. 13, 2015.


Trellick Tower

Hungarian architect Erno Goldfinger based his design for this 1972 residential tower on London's Balfron Tower.
Thomas Danthony/Black Dragon Press Hungarian architect Erno Goldfinger based his design for this 1972 residential tower on London's Balfron Tower.


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