There's something so satisfying about architectural visualizations that summon a familiar yet impossible world momentarily more sublime than the one we inhabit. This series, produced by London-based sculptor and illustrator Fabrice le Nezet is arguably more on the abstract side, but the architectural influences are easy to spot. Speaking with It's Nice That, le Nezet says these prints, like his sculptural work, explore the "balance and rhythm between bodies and lines," as if the compositions were "actually made out of concrete and metal."
Titled "Monolith," the collection is not surprisingly all about examining various ways lines and small objects can frame and engage with a central monument. More from the series can be found here.
∙ Sculptor turned illustrator Fabrice Le Nezet has produced a series of architectural illustrations [It's Nice That]
∙ More Super-Detailed GIFs of Imaginary Buildings, Please [Curbed]
∙ Extremely Tiny, Detailed House Drawings Will Amaze, Delight [Curbed]