The Architectural Art of Mark Dyball

3rd July 2018

I was scrolling through the blog of The Jealous Curator today. There is always something to catch my eye, this morning it was the work of fellow Brit Mark Dyball. It probably won’t surprise you that as a graphic designer I just love his clean lines and muted shades. Mark divides his wooden boards in such a pleasing way, the perspective really draws you in.

Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball
Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball
Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball

Mark mainly captures the much loved proportions of Mid Century Modern buildings but sometimes landscape and typography feature. He repurposes old frames which gives the work a feel of permanence, like the paintings are established, like the buildings they represent.

Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball
landscape by Mark Dyball
Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball
Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball
Architectural paintings of Mid Century buildings by Mark Dyball

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