Paper cut model of a NYC subway station


I like this simple but intricate replica of a NYC subway entrance created by architect Naoki Terada. You can purchase it here and build your own for less than $25.

via Spoon and Tamago

3 thoughts on “Paper cut model of a NYC subway station

  1. It’s pretty cool. I don’t know if this was the intention, but you could read a lot of things into this. For example, you could see it as people being plain, faceless, cut out models in an intricately made, yet ultimately flat world. Of course, not all art is meant to be a commentary on society, but the uniform whiteness and the flatness of the basic material were some of the first things I noticed when I looked at this. 🙂

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