Not all architects have the luxury of practicing their craft as freely as artists, but have you ever wondered what fantastic buildings famous artists such as Andy Warhol could have created? Italian architect and artist Federico Babina explores that question in Archist, a collection of illustrations that blends the realms of 20th century art with architecture. The architecturally inspired drawings range from Dalí’s surreal abode to a blocky Mondrian-inspired museum.
Canal Street, New Orleans
Color pencil and solvent
30” x 40”
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