Iconic Structures wall art

Why do we flock to see them? Iconic structures all over the world draw people to them. Perhaps it's their monumental status, reminding us that with vision and determination, we are capable of great things.
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Tower Bridge #1: colour popping photo print Opened in 1894, the famous Tower Bridge in London was one of fifty or more designs submitted to win the competition for its design. The city architect, Sir Horace Jones, who was also one...

Telephone: colour popping photo print Ok...so maybe the red telephone boxes of the UK are not really iconic structures per se, but they are certainly cultural icons. The classic telephone kiosk has been the catalyst for many repurposing ideas since the mass uptake of mobile phones. Adoption...

Torii #1: colour popping photo print Marking the entrance to a sacred Shinto shrine, it is rumoured that red, or vermillion, Torii gates enhance the powers of Kami, the Shinto deities. Serving to protect against evil, the red coating is believed to...

Oculus: iconic art print Steeped in history and culture, the dome of the Pantheon in Rome remains the largest dome ever built in masonry or unreinforced concrete. With an 8-9 metre opening at the top, the thickness and weight of the dome...

Roy Bridge: iconic art print Often called the Roy Bridge reservoir, this iconic structure forms the spillway for the Laggan Dam in the Scottish Highlands. Built across the River Spean in 1934, the dam marks the boundary of Lochaber and was...

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