ePBT Brutalist
ePBT Brutalist
ePBT Brutalist
ePBT Brutalist
Base
ePBT Brutalist
Novelty: Struktur
ePBT Brutalist
Novelty: SoMo ***SOLD OUT***
ePBT Brutalist
Spacebars ***SOLD OUT***
ePBT Brutalist
International
ePBT Brutalist
40's ***SOLD OUT***
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Ergo
ePBT Brutalist
Cyrillic alphas ***SOLD OUT***
ePBT Brutalist
Numpad ***SOLD OUT***
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Captus x Brutalist - Level ***SOLD OUT***
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Captus x Brutalist - Streamline ***SOLD OUT***
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Captus x Brutalist - Screw Tray ***SOLD OUT***
ePBT Brutalist
Sticker by Tsuki Omamori ***SOLD OUT***

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ePBT Brutalist

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DESCRIPTION

The concrete playground

Inspired by brutalism and socialist-modernist architecture, ePBT Brutalist features a muted color scheme reminiscing the shades of concrete. Alphas bring forth the pale blocks of Russian governmental structures built before the eventual fall of the regime, mods were given a darker tone of grey, and the base color for the accents is the equivalent of watery asphalt. Also, its two novelty sets feature characteristics and iconography from the extended world of béton brut.

Even though the set's name and main theme focuses on brutalism as an architectural theme and aesthetic practice, part of the novelty designs and the inspiration listed below draws from a broader range of architectural references, from names like Mies Van der Rohe, Walter Gropius and Le Corbusier.

DETAILS
  • Made in China by enjoyPBT
  • Cherry profile (1-1-2-3-4-4)
  • Compatible with MX style switches
  • 1.5mm thick PBT plastic
  • Designed by CaptusKeys
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DISCLAIMER

The images shown are used for illustrative purposes only. While we aim to accurately estimate and reproduce colours, there may be minor variations in the colour of the actual product because of the nature of dyes, environmental lighting, and differences in display output due to lighting and digital photography and colour settings and capabilities of monitors.