About this print
New Zealand Post House, a tower-and-podium construction favoured in the 1960s, was originally the main mail-sorting centre. It was designed by a Ministry of Works team led by Fergus Sheppard and built between 1969 and 1971.The building was damaged in the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake and an extensive refit was required.
Edition open in all sizes
Printed by endemicworld on mid-weight acid free paper w/ archival inks
Framing style simple w/ classic moulding
About the Artist
Hamish Thompson specialises in symbol, identity and information design. He applies this to a diverse range of projects, including book design, branding, architectural graphics, and fine art prints. Hamish is from Wellington and loves the mix of architecture the city has. He celebrates this within his unique series of art prints of familiar city buildings.
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