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ARCHIST: Illustrations of Famous Art Reimagined as Architecture

dezeen: Here’s a Picasso from Federico Babina’s Archist series of famous works of art transformed into buildings

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ARCHIST: Illustrations of Famous Art Reimagined as Architecture

fabriciomora: “ Famous works of art transformed into buildings in Federico Babina’s Archist Series Iconic works from artists including Piet Mondrian, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Marcel Duchamp and more.

Derived from the ”symbiotic relationship and implicit partnership” between art and architecture

ARCHIST: Illustrations of Famous Art Reimagined as Architecture

Famous works of art transformed into buildings in Federico Babina’s Archist Series Iconic works from artists including Piet Mondrian, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Marcel Duchamp and more are.

Famous works of art transformed into buildings in Federico Babina’s Archist Series

Iconic works from artists including Piet Mondrian, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Marcel Duchamp and more are reinterpreted as cross-sectional drawings of buildings in this series from Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina - Gerhard Richter

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Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina has created 27 fantasy buildings that meld famous artists and the places where they might live. The serie is called Archist City. So creative!

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ARCHIST: Illustrations of Famous Art Reimagined as Architecture

fusing fine art and architecture federico babina imagines 'archist', a series of architectural illustrations made from famous works of art.

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