Architectural Covers By Przemysław Sobiecki

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These wonderful covers of the Polish architectural magazine RZUT illustrated by Przemyslaw Sobiecki. Each features an abstraction of an architectural drawing, a section through a fantastical building, plans turned into labyrinths and strange perspectives.

They’re the kind of illustration that would get overlooked for an everyday piece of pattern design, but as with most things, especially architecture, the devil is in the detail; and detail there certainly is! You can pick up some prints on his SOCIETY6.

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