In a six-part series by Brooklyn-based illustrator Paul Tuller, he adorned the kings and queens of architecture with an odd accessory. Miniature versions of their most famous constructions are delicately poised on the architects’ heads as hats.
Strange as it may seem, these abstract structures can even be seen as sculptures when the scale is changed. Through the image of wearing one’s work, the buildings become badges of honor. From architecture to accessory, the style of each building hints at the architect’s personality.