Federico Babina is the creator of a series of architectural buildings in sexual positions called the “Archisutra”, where buildings rather than people demonstrate sexual positions. Always in the shape of de posters and buildings’ illustrations, he represents this time sexual positions inspired by the kamasutra.
This is a series of poster prints that each feature pairs of buildings that appear to be engaging in sexual intercourse, referencing the ancient Indian Hindu guide to love and sex.
In each image, the buildings’ structures have been drawn to resemble different parts of the human anatomy. Differently sized windows look like facial features, while angled volumes take the form of arms and legs.
“It’s always fun to play with the architectural forms and volumes,” explained Babina. “You can interweave geometries to create a sculptural body shaking in a voluptuous architectural embrace.”
According to the illustrator, the series highlights the sexual symbolism inherent in many famous buildings.
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We can say:”Architecture is the ultimate erotic act”. “Many architectural constructions lean, voluntarily or involuntarily, on metaphoric values and on sexual symbolism,” said Babina.
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