Thursday, November 17, 2016


Scottish artist Charles Young makes a paper building every day. Sometimes he takes a photo to upload to his site, sometimes he shoots a stop-frame animation of it. It's called Paperholm.

The buildings are all made from heavy watercolor paper and PVA glue.

Young made 365 of them for the first island starting in August 2014. He took a break from August 2015 to November 2015, then started again. All of the "pieces together as a constructed archipelago" are on exhibit for the first time at the NEoN Digital Arts festival in Dundee, Scotland, this month.

Some of the buildings are for sale on Etsy

Found on Thank you, Jason, for this mental break.

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