What other things can you make out of paper? Intricate artist, Matthew Picton, creates paper sculptures of continents, countries, and cities! See his work after the jump.
Matthew Picton is a professional artist from England. Paper Sculptures is his new work and is comprised of various aerial viewed paper sculpture maps of different international cities and specific historical moments, with the use of books pages or film stills that represent that given moment that defines the city.
Picton’s Paper Cities is currently on display at the Christopher Henry Gallery in Manhattan, New York until January 29th, 2012. It is located at 127 Elizabeth St, New York.
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