Artist Federico Babina uses illustrations to depict different architectural styles.
He recently created a 16 image series titled "Archistyle."
"Archistyle" showcases the major design movements that have occurred over recent decades, and how those movements have changed architecture.
"Architecture changes with society, it follows society and sometimes guides it," says Babina.
"It's easy to see the changes of society through the mutation of spaces we inhabit."
"Some simple geometry, the use of color, the mention of materials, typography and decorations are the ingredients that generate a composition which is a small tribute to architecture."
"Comic strips were one of my first encounters with architecture during my childhood," says Babina.
"Travel -- with the imagination of a child -- through Gotham City in Batman or New York with Spider-Man helped the growth and education of a generation of architects."