Como se faz uma metrópole, micro e efêmera, com um objeto descartável do nosso quotidiano (via UrbanTick):
The city scape of Ephemicropolis was an installation by the artist Peter Root made from around 100’000 staples. The installation shown here took about 40 hours to set up, see ‘the making of below’. Root graduated from the Fine Art BA Hons at University College Falmouth in 2000. Its amazing how this models the way we perceive the city and the building structure as a sort of abstraction. From the stationary cupboard to the Streets of the world.