Edinburgh-based artist Charles Young has created a stunning miniature paper city, which he calls Paperholm. He started his 365-day inventive project in August 2014, building a new paper structure every day during a year.
Young’s city consists of various buildings, buses, cars, cranes, windmills and carousels. Each structure is hand-cut from watercolor paper and glued with PVA. Most of his miniature constructions incorporate moving parts.
You can see all the pieces that form the paper city on Paperholm.