Tate Modern Architecture Print

Tate Modern is one of the most visited and recognisable landmarks in London. The gallery of modern art is built inside of an old Art Deco power station on Southwark’s South Bank – it was originally called Bankside Power Station. Herzog & de Meuron designed the refitting and the new gallery opened in 2000. It quickly became huge success not only with art enthusiast but also with architecture geeks. In 2016, a new neo-Brutalist extension opened. Originally called Switch House, it was later renamed the Blavatnik Building after Ukrainian oligarch Leonard Blavatnik, who donated substantial amount of money to Tate Modern.

Great as a gift for London lovers. It’s available in two background colour options – yellow and light gray.

I illustrated the buildings using original architecture elevations, photographs and 3D models. Cross referencing of various sources allows me to achieve a high level of detail and real, undeformed dimensions of the façade.

Signed by the artist
High quality print on 170gsm matt paper 
Illustrated, printed and sent from London
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Additional information


A0 – 120 x 84cm, A1 – 84x59cm, A2 – 59x42cm, A3 – 42x30cm, A4 – 30x21cm


Orange, Yellow