Artist and illustrator Dan McPharlin has created some incredible analogue audio devices out of paper. Let’s take a look at some vintage equipment after the break.
We have seen many paper crafts from different artists but this collection from Australian artist Dan McPharlin caught our attention. He created miniature analogue audio equipment out of paper. Each piece is carefully placed – buttons, wires, and keys. All the details on the miniature artwork are complete. This collection makes us long for the good old days when everyone still used analogue equipment. Below are some examples of Dan McPharlin’s work.
Apart from creating these paper crafts, Dan McPharlin is also an illustrator. You can view more of his analogue paper crafts on his Flickr.
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