"Architects Curtis & Davis incorporated several varieties of steel, concrete and glass into a 13-story structure for IBM in 1963, with a distinct diamond-pattern truss developed by local firm Peter Muller-Munk Associates. A contributing structure within the Pittsburgh Renaissance Historic District on the National Register, it is captured here in a vibrant blue ink referencing IBM’s classic logo palette."
Launched in January 2021 as a collaboration between the Pittsburgh Modern Committee and illustrator Shane Henderson, Pittsburgh Modern Prints is an ongoing series celebrating sites of 20th century modern architecture and design.
Your purchase of a limited edition, hand-pulled screenprint will directly support the work of this local artist and the advocacy and programming efforts of the Pittsburgh Modern Committee of Preservation Pittsburgh.
Screen printed with opaque ink on acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 18pt Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper.
All of my large wall prints are sized at 12.5" x 19" inches (as you can see modeled here by my lovely girlfriend, Nicole), come to your door mailed in flat, rigid envelopes to prevent damage or curling, and are ready to frame.