is a playful interpretation of the expressive language and aesthetics of some of the world's most popular artists. For example, Babina tried to imagine what a house designed by Dalí or a museum conceived by Miró would look like. The illustrations represent an imaginary and imagined world of shapes. Federico Babina finds great pleasure in imagining architecture designed and constructed through the interpretation of an artist's language. The book shows that there is a symbiotic relationship and implicit partnership between architecture and art. A sculpture is like micro-architecture, a facade can become like a painted canvas and a building can look like it was shaped by a skilled sculptor. The posters in the book manage to catch the essence of the oeuvre of the artists in question. As a consequence, the posters are much more than mere decoration; they become a playful piece of art history.
Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Richard Serra, Peter Halley, Gerhard Richter, Roy Lichtenstein, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Sol Lewitt, Keith Haring, Donald Judd, Damien Hirst, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, James Turrell, Tony Smith, Antoni Tàpies, Frank Stella, Marcel Duchamp, Anne Truitt, Josef Albers, Anish Kapoor, Salvador Dalí, Lucio Fontana, Ernesto Neto, Christo, Ellsworth Kelly, Jackson Pollock, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee.