Artist duo Davy and Kristin McGuire create enchanting dioramas using a combination of papercraft, set design and digital projection mapping animation. Their works include animated installations such as “The Hunter" and "Psycho" (an homage to Alfred Hitchcock which won the Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award), as well as a larger scale theatrical performance piece entitled The Paper Architect.
Visit the McGuire’s website and Vimeo page to watch their marvelous paper installations come to life.
Los Angeles-based artist and baker Christine McConnell meticulously recreated her parents’ house using German chocolate cake, complete with flickering lights in the windows.
"The foundation of the house is made out of layer upon layer of German chocolate cake. McConnell then covered the base with piped buttercream frosting and melted chocolate—no fondant necessary. She constructed the windows out of frosted sugar glass so that light could shine through from the interior and light up the house."
via Brothers Brick Microscale building is most commonly associated with the giant collaborative ‘Micropolis’ city displays at events like Brickworld, where the focus is on gleaming modern architecture. So it’s refreshing to see Flickr member HOEFOL going seriously old school with microscale models of structures from the industrial revolution.