Beautiful architectural watercolors of a dreamlike Warsaw by Tytus Brzozowski

Category: Art and design

There’s something about European old towns that leave you charmed, and you may wonder why they don’t build cities like these anymore. Lack of space? Sure, we could always elevate these historic building on stilts. What about trains and metro stations? Let’s have them tucked neatly in buildings, you don’t want any eyesores around.

Looking at figments of the Brzozowski’s imagination, you get the idea that old and new can co-exist in a magical and realistic way. Bland buildings be gone!

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