We bet no one else has created such amazing and tiny buildings
These exciting and detailed models of Hong Kong architecture will blow your mind because they look like real buildings. Don't you believe me? See yourself!
Australian artist Joshua Smith creates miniature city projects, the biggest of which can fit on two hands. Due to acute attention to details his models look so realistic that could be taken for images of real objects. To create these works the artist uses mainly cardboard, glue and paint; less plastic and other available materials. Let's see what the final results look like!
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Pics by Joshua Smith
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