In pop culture, blueprints are generally good for one thing and one thing only: planning a high-octane heist. Every great heist movie sports a requisite scene of its thieves making their plan of attack all the while lightly ribbing one another. However, Spanish interior designer and artist Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde has elevated blueprints to a new kind of art by producing a handful of meticulously detailed floor plans of famous TV show abodes. Everything from The Simpsons’ house at 742 Evergreen Terrace to Carrie Bradshaw’s obscenely large walk-in closet are represented in full. The only thing missing from Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment is a miniature Kramer sliding through that familiar open door. Considering the impressive scope and attention to detail, perhaps it wouldn’t be out of the question for some fictional enterprising band of multicultural thieves coming from multiple disciplines to pull off one last job and retire into syndicated bliss. [via MyModernMet]
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