If the very mention of Ernő Goldfinger or Sir Basil Spence gets you hyped up and excited, then you'll most definitely appreciate The Brutalist Colouring Book, courtesy of Belgium graphic designer Marc Thomasset.
Thought to be the first colouring book completely dedicated to the poetry of concrete architecture, it will no doubt have you running to your local art shop to stock up on cold and warm grey pencils to add some colour to some of the world's greatest Brutalist buildings. Expect to bring to life classic structures such as the Marnix building in Brussels by Gordon Bunshaft or the Monument to the Revolution of the people of Moslavina by Dušan Džamonja.
The book is limited edition with 500 hundred copies only. Each one is numbered, and designed and printed with love in Brussels on thick recycled paper.
Via Creative Boom submission | All photography by Geert De Taeye