The Fabian Busdraghi 'Infinite Palaces and Buildings' Series

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Sep 24, 2010   Updated: Jun 13 2011 • References: &
This monumental project by Fabian Busdraghi tells a few tall tales. Entitled 'Infinite Palaces and Buildings,' the project involves photos of a building's windows stacked on top of one another to exaggerate height.

Fabian Busdraghi also plays with architecture as he mixes old and new styles to create these mega-buildings. The actual prints of the Fabian Busdraghi project average at about 10 meters wide.

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