Federico Babina is an illustrator who seems to only have great concepts and great execution for all of his projects. From floor plans styled as movie posters, to his "Archibet" series, Babina uses his interest in architect and design to come up with unique, graphic imagery. His latest "Archi-Portrait" series involves creating portraits of famous architects out of buildings that resemble their individual styles.

Zaha Hadid, Antoni Gaudi, Bjarke Ingels, Daniel Libeskind, Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, and many others become interesting interpretations of their own works, from organic shapes that form their hair, to geometric patterns that form their facial features. We posted a few of the best ones above, but there are a ton more over at the artist's website.

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[via Designboom]