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federico babina illustrates iconic film buildings in archicine
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dec 23, 2013
federico babina illustrates iconic film buildings in archicine


federico babina illustrates iconic film buildings in archicine
1. ‘rear window’ directed by alfred hitchcock
all images courtesy of federico babina

 

 

 

‘archicine’ by artist federico babina is a series of illustrations representing iconic film buildings — from ‘dogville’ by lars von trier to ‘mon oncle’ directed by jacques tati. the scenographies imagined, realized and built to tell stories and reveal these architectural spaces not just as a background, but rather transformed as an additional protagonist to the main characters. movies themselves have the ability to transport viewers to different worlds and lives, allowing them to experience both real and fabricated environments. seen through the lens of a camera, the ‘archicine’ drawings show the creative vision of some of the most important directors in the history of cinema.

 

 


2. ‘mon oncle’ directed jacques tati

 

 


3. ‘the incredibles’ directed by brad bird

 

 


5. ‘dogville’ directed by lars von trier

 

 


6. ‘the man without a past’ directed by aki kaurismäki

 

 


7. ‘star wars’ directed by george lucas

 

 


8. ‘north by northwest’ directed by alfred hitchcock

 

 


9. ‘the party’ directed by blake edwards

 

 


10. ‘a single man’ directed by tom ford

 

 


11. ‘body double’ directed by brian de palma

 

 


12. ‘zabriskie point’ directed by michelangelo antonioni

 

 


14. ‘the million dollar hotel’ directed by wim wenders

 

 

project info:

 

1. rear window directed by alfred hitchcock
2. mon oncle directed jacques tati.
3. the incredibles directed by brad bird
4. moonrise kingdom directed by wes anderson
5. dogville directed by lars von trier
6. the man without a past directed by aki kaurismäki
7. star wars directed by george lucas
8. north by northwest directed by alfred hitchcock
9. the party directed by blake edwards
10. a single man directed by tom ford
11. body double directed by brian de palma
12. zabriskie point directed by michelangelo antonioni
13. the big lebowski directed by joel coen
14. the million dollar hotel directed by wim wenders
15. le mépris directed by jean-luc godard
16. l.a. confidential directed by curtis hanson
17. the fountainhead directed by king vidor

 

 

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