Because Italian illustrator Federico Babina just can't seem to stop 'shipping 20th century architecture and iconic artwork, the artist is back again with a series called Artistect, which features the works of architects like Zaha Hadid, Louis Kahn, Le Corbusier, and many more, all interjected into 25 famous paintings. Recreated in Babina's signature poster style, the collection is surprisingly successful in its pairings. Turns out midcentury master Richard Neutra's glassy pads look lovely against a glistening David Hockney pool. Against all odds, even Zaha's swooping visions find a natural place amongst Kazimir Malevich's sharp, geometric landscapes. See a few more, below, then head over to Dezeen for the full gallery.
· Federico Babina inserts 20th century architecture into famous artworks [Dezeen]
· All Federico Babina posts [Curbed National]