Inspired by science fiction, video games, and comic books, Vienna-based graphic artist Peter Olschinsky creates crazy-compact, microchip-like versions of anonymous urban architecture, all "fantastic and aggressive, both fascinating and scary." The result is his "Pixel City" series, drawings that somehow resemble zoomed-in, pixelated images as much as they do the metropolises from the covers of '70s sci-fi pulp novels. More of Olschinsky's work, below.
· Awesome Illustrations Of Fragmented Future Cities And Layered Labyrinths [Architizer]
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