Impossible Pugin !/
A collection of prints designed to participate in the Contemporary wallpaper competition run by The Pugin Society, London.
The Pugin Society is created to celebrate the life and work of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin,
a British architect of the 19th century and chiefly remembered for his pioneering role in the Gothic Revival style.
His works includes the interior design of Palace of Westminster and many churches in England.
Impossible Pugin ! collection of prints are based on pure fictional story of Pugin
travelling to 1962 Hong Kong and meeting famous American Pop artist, Andy Warhol.
This collection of prints was one of the finalist to be selected and participated in the exhibition which take place in various galleries in the UK.