“Irwin Allen’s model train layouts?” asks my friend Richard. “Fascinating.” And I reckon he’s right.
This image is Accidentally Kansas from American artist-photographer Lori Nix, who creates miniature landscapes “out of any material that will simulate a real landscape; for example faux fur becomes field grass, buckwheat flour becomes dirt.” She then photographs the results as evidence of a world gone wrong.
Richard found this stuff on BLDGBLOG, a blog about “architectural conjecture, urban speculation, landscape futures” — something that deserves exploration in its own right, by the looks. Thanks mate!
It’s also worth cruising through the whole photo-eye website and especially their photographers’ showcase galleries. Paying attention, ’Pong?
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