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Planet's Most Famous Clubs Are Now Cutie-Pants Cartoons

The latest in the perplexingly robust field of architectural cartoons (thanks, Federico Babina) is illustrator Pablo Benito's transformation of the world's most famous clubs in the world. The drawings are flat and simplistic, caricatures of the architecture of Paris' Moulin Rouge, Berlin's Berghain, and London's Fabric. The made-for-kids style is particularly intriguing given its subject matter—after all, Berghain began as a male-only fetish club, and Moulin Rouge gave popularized a dance of courtesans.

· Pablo Benito illustrates international clubbing meccas [Dezeen]