Artist Paul Tuller Gives Starchitects the Royal Treatment with “Architecture As Crown” Series

(Courtesy Paul Tuller)

(Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Brooklyn-based illustrator Paul Tuller was inspired to create a new poster-portrait series, Architecture As Crown, by his architect boyfriend. This series features illustrations of famous architect’s wearing their most famous works on their heads. Beginning as a parody of Andy Warhol‘s God Save the Queen, the project includes such figures as Peter Eisenman wearing House I as a crown. Purchase your own posters here.

Zaha Hadid wearing the Heydar Aliyev Center, Azerbaijan.  (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Zaha Hadid wearing the Heydar Aliyev Center, Azerbaijan. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

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David Adjaye. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Peter Eisenman wearing House 1. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Peter Eisenman wearing House 1. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Rem Koolhaas. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Rem Koolhaas. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Daniel Libeskind. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Daniel Libeskind. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Bjarke Ingels wearing The Mountain Building. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

Bjarke Ingels wearing The Mountain Building. (Courtesy Paul Tuller)

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