This Guy Uses Architecture to Explain Mental Illnesses In This Brilliant Series of Illustrations

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Mental illnesses can be very difficult to explain to anyone who has never experienced them. You can read and research them endlessly without understanding exactly how it feels for a person suffering from conditions such as clinical depression or schizophrenia. Artist Fedrico Babina took a unique approach though that goes a long way towards breaking down the social barriers that exist when it comes to talking about mental illness. His project, entitled Archiatric, depicts mental illnesses in the form of houses in various states of disarray. While the concept might seem odd, the results are spectacular.

Babina, an Italian architect, loves to draw so he uses his knowledge of architecture and his sharp illustration skills to explain all kinds of concepts. This time he used houses to describe 16 mental illnesses. The illustrations are spectacular and the animation of the project in the video below even more so. If you find his work as interesting as we do, we highly recommend that you check out his Instagram account where he offers glimpses into his various projects (link at the end of the post).

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Link to Federico Babina’s Instagram.

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