Paul Tuller Draws Famous Architects Wearing Their Work

By: Misel Saban - May 14, 2014
References: society6 & fastcodesign
To commemorate famous buildings around the world, Brooklyn illustrator Paul Tuller designed these sketches of famous architects wearing the infamous constructions they designed as quirky hats, crowns and headdresses.

The six-part series, cleverly called 'The kings and Queens of Architecture,' highlights several famous male and female architects wearing their most celebrated architectural feats as Derby-inspired headdresses. For example, architect Daniel Libeskind wears his famous Denver Art Museum like a helmet on his head and Zaha Hadid wears the Heydar Aliyev Center as a crown. Tuller's quirky hand-drawn style perfectly matches the architecture theme of these images as many of these architects began the planning of their iconic constructions by first sketching them. These graphics are available on Society6 for $17 a piece.