Battersea Power Station goes pop art

I’ve always been a fan of Battersea Power Station, ever since I saw Morrissey play there in 1997 (nevermind trouble loving you Mozza, or shoplifters of the world uniting, what about this amazing building we’re in?). Battersea Power Station is not something you really stumble across – the derelict monumental bruiser of a building can be seen looming moodily and magnificently over London at every turn.

But, today I stumbled across these wonderful framed pop-art giclee prints of it by Jayson Lilley for Caroline McGrath.

Jayson Lilley’s signature bright colours and slick lines turn everyday images and themes into stylish pop-art inspired scenes. He aims to clear away all clutter and excess and delivers minimalist punchy paintings, drawing in style from his background in design. He has also created these wonderful Trellic Tower by Erno Goldfinger prints (another gem of a building in the heart of London) as well as the Gurley Print – a pop-art image showing a woman graffiting a heart. Now My Heart Is Full sang Morrissey at Battersea Power Station back in ’97…what a fitting song to end this post on.

Check out the Jayson Lilley’s prints at Caroline McGrath

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Emily Peck, Editor

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