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Architecture in Motion Series Reconstructs Buildings into GIFs

What if you could play Tetris with real buildings? Graphic designer and artist Axel de Stampa gets to do just this in his new Architecture Animée series by reconstructing contemporary urban architectures and serving them up as GIF art.

From spinning the Memory Museum around an imaginary axle to a getting the Emerson College in Los Angeles to pulse, Stampa’s strange aesthetic is enthralling. Just try to stop staring.
 

Mirador-Building-by-MVRDV-and-Blanca-Lleo-photo-Luis-Garcia-by-Axel-de-Stampa

VitraHaus-by-Herzog-de-Meuron-photo-Iwan-Baan-gif-Axel-de-Stampa640

Absolute-Towers-by-MAD-photo-Tom-Arban-by-Axel-de-Stampa

Americas-Cup-Building-by-David-Chipperfield-photo-unknown-gif-Axel-de-Stampa550

New-Museum-by-Sanaa-photo-James-Ewing-gif-Axel-de-Stampa750 (1)

Theatre-Agora-by-UNStudio-photo-Christian-Richters-gif-Axel-de-Stampa750

Zollverein-School-by-Sanaa-photo-unknown-by-Axel-de-Stampa

Memory-Museum-by-Estudio-America-photo-Nicolas-Saieh-by-Axel-de-Stampa

via ArchitectureAtlas

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