Love is More

Virginia Duran

Architecture and illustration are fields that come hand in hand. The first, solid and real, represents something objetive and acts as a container. The second one, flexible in format, is subjective to the eye of the beholder and represents a series of feelings and moods of a certain person in a period of given time.

I recently came across a series of illustrations made by 퍼엉(Puuung). The artist captures moments of the love life in beautifully drawn scenarios. What is really remarkable about these illustrations is the importance the artist gives to the architecture surrounding each scene. How lines stretch and ceilings get higher depending on the mood of the characters, how views are always framed and how the characters make meaningful use of the space. The artist does an amazing architectural interpretation of each scene’s psychology.

The human side of architecture in these illustrations is fascinating.

My favorite is…

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