These Paper Replicas by Zupagrafika Feature Iconic Buildings

By: Sarah Dos Santos - Published: Apr 18, 2014 • References: zupagrafika & freshome
These creative paper replicas were created by the Hispano-Polish graphic design studio Zupagrafika. These designs are miniature iconic examples of functional architecture in Warsaw, Poland.

This collection of miniature buildings is made from 100% recycled paper and cardboard and the illustrated details are hand-drawn. The purpose of the collection is to view the city from a reverse perspective to understand it from its outskirts towards the center. The intricate details of each structure mimics the features that shape the city’s identity.

The series of images includes a set up model outdoors with miniature people walking outside. Behind the image is the life-size building, and from this perspective you’re able to see how each detail is perfectly copied onto the tiny replicas, creatively designed by Zupagrafika. Stats for Miniature Recycled Buildings Trending: Older & Chilly
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