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Realistic Cityscapes Made Entirely Of Cardboard

Realistic Cityscapes Made Entirely Of Cardboard

Model maker Luke Aan De Wiel has created an intricate series of sets with photographer Andy Rudak.

Emma Hutchings

Model maker and set builder Luke Aan De Wiel has replicated cities around the world in a series, created in conjunction with the photographer Andy Rudak, built at half scale entirely from cardboard.


The resurgence of cardboard as a design material is a popular trend, like the Chairigami line of furniture. Designers are increasingly choosing to take advantage of the material’s
strength and affordability.


Luke Aan De Wiel’s intricate cardboard creations include a New York City scene, a towerblock, a street in the Montmartre area of Paris, a slum in Mumbai, and a Tokyo city street depicting both the old and the new.


Sources: Luke Aan De Wiel, Lost at E Minor
Images: Andy Rudak

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