Artist Who Makes Miniature Cities That'll Make You Want To Look With A Magnifying Glass


An Australian artist creates miniature cities that you can't tell apart from the real ones. You may want to look at the works that we have compiled from Boredpanda with a magnifying glass, so much detail!

You have to look incredibly close to see these cities.

Because Joshua Smith packs an immense amount of detail into his miniature worlds.

The artist has a flair for the microscopic.

He's Australian.

And his latest project captures the familiar grit of urban life in a fascinatingly small-scale model.

The centerpiece of his recent work, Temple Street, is modeled after a real apartment block in Kowloon City, Hong Kong.

Using finely carved cardboard.

medium-density fibreboard

and paint, he manages to emulate every minute aspect of a rough, big city landscape.

Tiny advertisements,


and a little rust.

Other touches are perfectly placed and look realistic.

“I want viewers to be fooled,'' says Joshua.

"If I take a photo of the completed work in sunlight, to think it is the real thing,'' he says.

Joshua has more works.

Look at these details.


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