Friday, August 20, 2010

Paper New York

As urbanization continues to increase many of NYC's 20th-century icons–from the Empire State Building to MTA subway cars–have become short-hand for our super-urban-modern existence.
Kell Black’s 48-page Paper New York makes a great gift or DIY diversion for recreating the metropolis from paper. With arcing spans of the Brooklyn Bridge and the hot dog carts that clutter midtown Manhattan, you just need scissors, adhesive, nimble fingers and a monk's patience to re-imagine all types of city architecture.

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