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Realistic Cityscapes Made Entirely Of Cardboard

Realistic Cityscapes Made Entirely Of Cardboard
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Model maker Luke Aan De Wiel has created an intricate series of sets with photographer Andy Rudak.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 march 2014

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.

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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.

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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.

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

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