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Federico Babina’s “Archiportraits” series imagines what iconic architects might look like if they had a hand in desiginging their own physical features. Le Corbusier becomes abstractly disjointed; Antoni Gaudi’s beard evokes the spires of the Sagrada Familia; Frank Gehry is all curved surfaces and unaligned windows. “A portrait is like the mirror of the soul,” Babina […]

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The Italian architect and illustrator Frederico Babina created Archist, a series of playful images depicting imaginary buildings in the style of well-known artists. Each of the 27 pieces pays homage to a heavyweight of 20th-Century art — Warhol, Picasso, Duchamp, Dalí, Haring, and Miró all make appearances. “There is a symbiotic relationship and implicit partnership […]

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