Liverpool-based illustrator Joe Rampley creates clean, minimalist and contemporary illustrations by reducing shapes, colours and compositions. He applied this signature approach to the architecture found on or near Liverpool’s docks; a collection of unique buildings that range from the Grade I listed Royal Liver Building built in 1911, to brutalist-style buildings dating back to the 1970s, and the sleek, contemporary buildings that have been popping up in the city in the past decade. The result is a fresh take on architectural design, showing the buildings in their simplest forms and allowing them to be appreciated for their distinctive styles.
Go to Joe Rampley’s website to see more of his work.
Images property of Joe Rampley. Words by Angharad Jones