Monday, December 1, 2014

Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model At A Time! by Christopher Jobson

Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
Artist Charles Young Is Building a Vast Paper City, One Tiny Model at a Time paper architecture
One of my favorite new Tumblrs to follow is Paperholm, a project that started this summer by Charles Young who challenged himself to build a new paper structure each day. Young received his bachelor and masters degrees from the Edinburgh College of Art where he taught himself paper and card modelling. Despite a long-time familiarity with the process and materials, it’s amazing to see the progress he’s made in just the last three months or so as the models become more intricate and lend themselves to bits of animation. You can follow Young’s growing paper city here. (via My Modern Met)

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