Artist Paints Modern Houses That You Wish Were Real
Sep 12, 2013 19:39
Dean Monogenis 's paintings of outlandish homes look almost impossible. Someone help him build a real one from his paintings!
Monogenis became interested in architecture after the loss of the World Trade Center and the race to rebuild. “When that happened I realized that they [the buildings] were like people in that they could live and die," he tells Wired Design. "They had a finite, organic existence."
Some of his landscapes are populated with once-futuristic technology: geodesic domes, radio towers and pop-up campers. Now if only he was an architect. [Dean Monogenis via Wired Design]
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