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Brilliant simplified architecture prints

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Come on, you've got room on your wall for just one more print. Maybe two. These designed by Michie Cao are too good to turn down.

An architecture student at UCLA, Cao has taken some of the most beautiful buildings she's encountered during her studies and turned them into what she calls 'archigrams', pared down illustrations of the buildings with descriptions of them on the back. There are ten different designs, ranging from the Eames House by Charles and Ray Eames to the Glass House by Philip Johnson.

Cao's running a Kickstarter to fund the production of the prints, with packages ranging from a $5 pledge for one 5x7" print to $500 for all ten prints in both 5x7" and 18x24" sizes, plus another design of your own choosing. We've got our eye on the Gherkin print.

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