Architecture To Explain 16 Mental Illnesses And Disorders
what architecture can do more often? In the event that you needed to envision your psychological instability or confusion as a house, what might it resemble?
Imaginative Italian illustrator and architect Federico Babina has come up with a creative project to present mental illness and disorders. It is called Archiatric and it depicts 16 different conditions as works of architecture in various states of repair.
The images might seem abstract for some, but anyone living with the agony of mental illness should find them painfully accurate. The Barcelona-based digital artist also posted an animated video version of the project on YouTube for a more intense experience.
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Babina is known for engineering enlivened work, utilizing a one of a kind geometric style that takes clear notes from cubism. His outlines are frequently strange, yet underlined with nervy diversion.