ARCHICINE, a new illustrated series by Federico Babina, depicts some of film’s most iconic architecture, rendered in its creator’s simple, graphic style. “The architectural space in the film is not just a background but is transformed as an added protagonist,” Babina says. “Movies have the ability to transport us to different worlds and lives and let us live and breathe real or fantastic architecture.” True that. Anyone who was struck with envy upon seeing George’s modernist abode in A Single Man, or wished they could be thrown in the air with naked chicks at Jackie Treehorn’s mansion in The Big Lebowski might appreciate Babina’s beautiful treatment of these architectural delights in the series shown above. (via)
“ARCHICINE” – Illustrations of Iconic Filmic Architecture
December 5th 2013
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