Baribican is named for The Barbican Estate, an example of Brutalist architecture in Central London. It includes an indoor tropical conservancy, an arts centre and apartments.

We were inspired by the work of Argentinian conceptual artist, activist and master of bureaucratic critique León Ferrari and how he used architectural Letraset rub ons in his amazing series of drawings called "The Architecture of Madness."

Taking as our source material Brutalist parking garages we tried to make a print that questions what beauty is and where it exists. And perhaps by wearing these architectural shapes instead of a classic floral print create some room to think about why dress up like flowers.

print storiestsia carson