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St Paul's Cathedral from Stephen Biestry's Inside-out drawing series. Badass!

Illustrator - Inside-out Views_St Paul's Cathedral

Stephen Biesty has worked as a freelance illustrator since 1985 creating a wide variety of information books for both adults and children.

Character Design References

Character Design References, Dublin, Ireland. 707,287 likes · 32,346 talking about this. Character Design References™ (CDR) is a website dedicated to...

NYC: Broadway and Canal Street by Stefan Bleekrode

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There can be no understanding between the hand and the brain unless... - but does it float

There can be no understanding between the hand and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator — but does it float

“By 1920, Ferriss had begun to develop his own style, frequently presenting the building at night, lit up by spotlights, or in a fog, as if photographed with a...

Country House Sussex by Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design

No Landscaping Experience? These Tips WIll Help! - House Garden Landscape

Are you bored with the appearance of your home? If that’s the case, you might get...

CJWHO ™ (Architectural Drawings by Klara Ostaniewicz ...)

CJWHO ™

Architectural Drawings by Klara Ostaniewicz Klara Ostaniewicz is an architect and professional artist living in Warsaw, Poland. She is interested in architecture from the past twenty years and the way...

Hugh Ferriss

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The Old City by Josh Raymond

The Old City

Fine line black ink hand drawn perspective medieval cityscape illustration

Piranesi, Campo Marzio, 1764. "In the Campo Marzio we witness an epic representation of the battle waged by architecture against it self. The historically developed language of building types is affirmed here as a superior principle of order, but the configuration of the building types tends to destroy the very concept of the historically developed language as a whole." - Manfredo Tafuri

Piranesi, Campo Marzio, 1764. "In the Campo Marzio we witness an epic representation of the battle waged by architecture against it self. The historically developed language of building types is affirmed here as a superior principle of order, but the configuration of the building types tends to destroy the very concept of the historically developed language as a whole." - Manfredo Tafuri