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Laser-cut model of an imaginary urban complex

Laser-cut model of an imaginary urban complex

(3:59) Exhibit at Bozar Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels (2012). Made from 1,845 individual laser-cut pieces over a period of one year by Pieter Leon Vermeersch. www.citypixels.be

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Guest: fingle777777 (1871 days ago)
Latest comment: My idea of urban hell
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Latest comment: My idea of urban hell
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Guest: placid flamingo (1873 days ago)
It's impressive...but "One Year".....as a retired professional architectural model maker, I'f that had taken me more than about 4-6 weeks and without the aid of a laser cutter, I'd expect to be looking for a new employer. Not to take anything away from it, a beautiful piece of work.......but a year...!!!! Jeez!!
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It's impressive...but "One Year".....as a retired professional architectural model maker, I'f that had taken me more than about 4-6 weeks and without the aid of a laser cutter, I'd expect to be looking for a new employer. Not to take anything away from it, a beautiful piece of work.......but a year...!!!! Jeez!!
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Guest: Killer Wolf (1873 days ago)
He said it was made over the period of a year, he didn't say it took a year to make.
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He said it was made over the period of a year, he didn't say it took a year to make.
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Guest: Beau Guest (1873 days ago)
Hmm... and I bet the 'architect' would really love to live there.
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Hmm... and I bet the 'architect' would really love to live there.
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