Barcelona-based architect and illustrator Federico Babina, whom we have featured previously, has created a new series of illustrations, in which famous songs have been transformed into buildings.
Titled ‘Archimusic’, Babina takes the music, lyrics, rhythms from each song and turns them into a fictional building.
“The idea was to tell a story starting from the soundtrack, listen to the music and imagine the shapes hidden behind it,” Babina toldDezeen.
The collection features 27 songs by popular musicians from various genres. For example, there is Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean and The Beatles’ Let It Be.
Check out some of the illustrations below or view the full serieshere.
So What by Miles Davis
Bohemian Rhapsody by Freddie Mercury
Let It Be by The Beatles
Billie Jean by Michael Jackson
Requiem by Mozart
Space Oddity by David Bowie
There is always hope. Especially if you tie it to your wrist.
Never bring a gun to a fruit fight.
Strong-arm Flower Delivery specializes in tragically forbidden love.
There’s got to be an angle of Big Ben the world hasn’t seen, though it’s not for lack of trying.
The police are enthusiastic supporters of stop-and-frisk policies.
Experts say that in London you are never less than 12 meters away from a tightrope-walking rat.
The Royal Urban Stencil Regiment is a secret branch of the Queen’s Guard. Their ritual “nicking of the spray paint” is a rarely photographed ceremony in London hardware shops.
You never really know who your future self is going to be. It’s probably better that way.
Say yes to your inner monkey.
Tightey-whiteys are not Frank’s first choice for public display. Perhaps parachute pants will be a better choice for next time.
Keith Haring’s successes as a dog breeder are overshadowed by his achievements in the art world.
Raising a well-presented anarchist has never been easier in these tumultuous times.
Follow your instincts: devour sugar, carbs, and mystery meat whenever you come across them.
Surreal storm approaching.
It’s prudent to wear full protection on a first date.