Called Archibet, each of Babina’s illustrated letters is set in the style of a renowned architect and their unique artistic trademarks. The 26 prints are released as a book of detachable postcards.
You can imagine an F-shaped amalgam of modern office buildings for Norman Foster and a neo-futuristic Z for Zaha Hadid.
Other highlights include Le Corbusier, Toyo Ito, Renzo Piano and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Babina says that when he was a student he discovered the close link between architecture and illustration and in this new series he has encapsulated this relationship.
He adds: “Sometimes I am an architect with a passion for illustration and others I’m an illustrator in love with architecture.”
Archibet is published by Laurence King, priced at £9.95.