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The Art Deco Rio Cinema, Illustrated Art Print Of London

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The Art Deco Rio Cinema, Illustrated Art Print Of London

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The Rio Cinema Dalston, was designed by the cult architect FE Bromige in 1937. Till today the facade remains relatively unchanged. I love the signage at the front- the font very typical of Art Deco.

Dalston’s local community continues to be well represented by the Rio. London’s Turkish film festival began here.The bus stop outside the building was renamed as 'Rio Cinema' in 2012 after thousands of people successfully petitioned Transport for London.

The building itself though beautiful is quite unassuming during the day, you might pass by without notice... but at night it will stop you in your tracks. The lighting is splendid.

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Printed on premium 350gsm lightly textured thick Matte Paper.
Designed in Brixton. Printed professionally in London. Posted in sturdy cardboard tubes.
A3: 11.69 x 16.5 inches. 297 x 420 mm. Sold unframed.
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Eye for London is a studio based in Brixton London. The eclectic collection of art prints are inspired by the architecture, music and pop culture of London, and travels across the world. The subjects are unique and visually exciting or have an interesting story to go with them. A love for vivid colors, angles and geometry are reflected in the artworks. The studio was set up in 2016 by Mathanki Kodavasal, a Creative Director in advertising, and Ram Iyer, a Graphic Novelist.

The series on Brutalist London has been featured on TimeOut London.

The artworks are printed on 350gsm lightly textured cotton Conqueror Paper. Designed and freshly printed to order, professionally in London.

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