rmed with watercolor paper, PVA glue and a steady hand, edinburgh artist charles young has built the meticulous metropolis he calls ‘paperholm‘. over the past year, young has crafted more than 300 miniature architectural structures, urban monuments, vehicles, residences and carnival rides, each forming an integral part of the final cityscape, completed this month.
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