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Paperholm, Charles Young’s miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

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.

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

 

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

Paperholm, Charles Young's miniature paper city

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