This image is inspired by one of Vancouver’s iconic buildings, the central branch of the Vancouver Public Library. Designed by renowned Iranian-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, the building was completed in 1995. It shows a cylindrical shape was based on the Roman Coliseum, and each single brick is thought of as a book spread on a contemporary board.
The building has become a city landmark and its design by approved by the public back in 1990 through a public consultation.
This resulting mandala resembles a crown placed in the middle reflected on a shiny, mirror-like base.
Print is mounted on wooden panel and covered with resin for extra shine and protection.
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