If Salvador Dalí was a building, what would it look like? Wildly eccentric with a smooth stone-like shape and a few supporting crutches, as it was in his Architectonic Angelus, of course! Barcelona-based illustrator and architect Federico Babina has brilliantly envisioned what some of the most famous artists might have looked like in the form of architectural structures. So clever and playful.
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