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Stanley Tigerman's Architoons

The drawings of an ‘egocentric demander of instant gratification with a short attention span’

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Chicago-born architect Stanley Tigerman, whose photomontage Titanic adorns this issue’s cover, is well known for his satirical architectural cartoons and drawings. He described himself as ‘a bullheaded, egocentric demander of instant gratification with a short attention span, a big mouth, an unpredictable work product, and a permanent outsider’s attitude’. The above image, Houston, is from his Architoons collection.

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