Featured Image for If the styles of famous artists became architecture
Architecture

If the styles of famous artists became architecture

Barcelona-based architect and artist Federico Babina, has created an illustration series that imagines the art styles of renowned artists as concepts for architectural structures. Entitled ‘Archist’, the series shows the 27 styles of different artists, including Warhol, Dali, Lichtenstein, and Picasso.

Each artist has a unique brand of art and aesthetic, giving the buildings a very distinct look from one another. Looking at the buildings, it’s worth noting that originality is still very much alive. All of these artists became famous, not for copying others, but for creating their own personal way of making art.

Via What An Art

archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina
archist by federico babina

About the author

Inigo is a writer and graphic designer from Manila, Philippines. He is a soldier of love who will carry you on his strong back of awesomeness when the zombie apocalypse arrives.

Come work for us! We're after a Commercial Manager and Commercial Executive to join our awesome Sydney-based team working across our websites Lost At E Minor, Techly, and The Roar. If you reckon you have what it takes, tell us why here.

Videos from Lost At E Minor TV