Archisutra by Federico Babina
Throughout the ages buildings have often been seen as phallic symbols (just look at the Gherkin). Illustrator Federico Babina took this one step further with his Archisutra series of illustrations, which imagines buildings expressing their carnal emotions with each other in challenging positions. At last we've found what really turns architects on.
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