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This surreal animated replica of Milan is built entirely from cardboard and tape

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 30, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Maria Novozhilova last modified Sep 29, 2015

Looking for magic in Milan? You might want to visit the surreal pop-up city built from cardboard boxes, adhesive tape and zip ties by Argentinian-born contemporary artist Daniel González . His “Pop-up Building Milan” installation resembling children's books is a fantastic fable for adults as well. Hidden in the traditional Milanese patio of Marselleria , this work of art reinterprets monumental landmarks of the city by means of simple shapes, naive construction techniques and simple materials.





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