150 kr – 600 kr
1940 byggdes det pannhus som idag är Röda Sten konsthall. I pannhuset eldade man med flis och kol för att värma upp närliggande industrier, bland annat Carnegieska bruken. Pannhuset stod under 1980- och 1990-talen övergivet och användes då bland annat för svartklubbar, konserter och ravefester. Lokalen nyttjades även av graffitikonstnärer och delar av vissa målningar finns fortfarande kvar, främst i det största rummet, som kallas katedralen.
In 1940, a boiler house was built which today is Röda Sten art hall. In the boiler house, it was fired with chips and coal to heat up nearby industries, including the Carnegieska mills. The boiler house was abandoned during the 1980s and 1990s and was used for black clubs, concerts and rave parties. The premises were also used by graffiti artists, and parts of some paintings still exist, mainly in the largest room, which is called the cathedral.
Pop-in love local design. We have collected over 100 detailed posters that capture our favourite places and buildings. If you miss something we want you as a customer to be able customise a product to your needs. Look for the ”Customize” label to make your own version. Some of the products are only available in a limited edition. We have a sustainability thinking, the paper is recycled and manufactured in Sweden.
For the sake of the environment, we have no stock. Each artwork is printed when the order is placed. For sizes 40×50 and upwards, a few more days may be added. Sold without frame.
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