A Spanish artist named Isidro Blasco has been taking photos from the top of tall buildings around the world for the past seven years to create beautiful wooden dioramas of cities. The use of high rise building photography captures a stunning aerial view of each distinctive city.
Blasco glues his photos onto plywood and carefully cuts them into precise pieces before arranging them to form amazingly accurate cityscapes. These cities include New York, São Paulo, Sydney and Madrid as some of the world's famous urban cityscapes. These wooden dioramas also show differences in architecture style and density between the cities that capture its unique vibe. They range from towering skyscrapers to historical buildings that depicted in full detail. They also stand out to show how they can be a portrayed as unique planets in a circular structure.
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