Miniature Paris replica made from trash

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13 Responses to “Miniature Paris replica made from trash”

  1. psychicrabbit says:

    Maybe a little crazy, but funny anyway. Spider-Man hanging from the Eiffel tower shows he’s got a nice sense of humor.

  2. Antinous says:

    Hmmmm. I wonder if Sandford has made this a sister city.

  3. cheap hotels says:

    Lot of work.

  4. Kayembee says:

    Here is a track through related posts and pics for Gerard Brion’s work.

    Enjoy!

    http://www.jogtheweb.com/reader/index.php?trackId=144

    By the way a track is a great way for leading the way form page to page with comments. At the end of the jog the reader lands back on the initial post…

  5. Enochrewt says:

    I’m very impressed, and he looks so happy. Well, maybe he should be if he charges for all those people to see it.

  6. Evil Jim says:

    Please excuse the crudity of the design as I did not have time to build it to scale.

  7. leonjacobs says:

    I aint never seen a soup tin shaped like the Tour d’Eiffel!

  8. avar1ce says:

    Typcl Frnchy.

  9. tlang says:

    He’s 29? So he started when he was 14? Is it his parents’ backyard? He looks more like around 43 to me. Very WACKY, either way.

  10. Antinous says:

    He is a rather grown-up 29. But the French are more sophisticated than the Americans, non?

  11. eustace says:

    Next, on a somewhat larger lot, he builds it to a larger scale. Repeat. Eventually, Parisians don’t know which city they live in, and don’t care.

  12. ployntabs says:

    Amazing. The photos in the link are worth the click.

  13. Jupiter12 says:

    He is a rather grown-up 29. But the French are more sophisticated than the Americans, non?
    ===========
    Building scale models makes a person more sophisticated? That’s great news for model railroad builders!

    The gentleman’s work is very impressive. The photos are incredible.

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