The 'Kings and Queens of Architecture' series by Paul Tuller imagines what it might be like if some of the world's most famous architects wore their creations as crowns. The six piece series includes a regal cast of designers, including Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, Daniel Libeskind and David Adjaye.
Iconic buildings like Koolhaas' CCTV Headquarters in China and the Libeskind-designed Institute for Democracy and Conflict Resolution in the United Kingdom are miniaturized and work surprisingly well as hats, like something Philip Treacy might come up with.
Tuller's series of prints are available as fun prints on Society6, either as a single print that shows off each architectural ruler as an individual, or all together as part of an epic collective.
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