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October 28, 2019 1 min read

Bringing games into real-life is rare, but when done correctly... it's actually pretty cool. Designer Mariyan Atanasov did the seemingly impossible when he reimagined the age-old game of Tetris using Architecture.  

Coined as Urban Tetris, the Bulgarian designer decided to play a little graphic design altering with some of the building's in the capital city Sofia. The life-like detailing in each of his pieces is awe-inspiring and goes beyond the mere idea of conceptual gaming. 

For more of of Mr. Atanasov be sure to check out his work on Instagram.


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