Paper sculptures of cities by Matthew Picton

One of my classmates at Map Design class, Michele, sent us link to these beautiful work by Matthew Picton. He created maps/sculptures of several cities using unique material for each city. Many of them were partially burnt to show historical fire or bomb damages during the war, like in London 1940 work:

Matthew Picton - Paper Sculptures of Cities - London 1940

Sculpture of Jerusalem was created from: The New Testament, The Torah, The Armenian Bible and The Koran:

Matthew Picton - Paper Sculptures of Cities - Jerusalem

Dresden map created from music score of Wagner’s Ring cycle:

Matthew Picton - Paper Sculptures of Cities - Dresden 1945

Here you can read article in visualnews about paper sculptures. You can also visit  artist’s home page to see more of his work.

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