Artist Joshua Smith Creates Detailed And Miniaturized Buildings

Immensely detailed, phenomenally imagined and compellingly designed sculptures of urban buildings by artist Joshua Smith. Most of the pieces are inspired by the famed Kowloon City and feature posters, trash, leaves and everything else down to the last detail.

More info: Joshua Smith (h/t: supersonicart)

“My goal is to fool the viewer” says Joshua. “If I photograph it in sunlight, I want them to think its real.”















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