Amazing photos of a paper house

Believe or not, this amazing house wasw constructed entirely from paper and cardboard by artist and Flickr user Don Lucho. The end result is a stunningly real looking faux apartment with hand drawn plates, sheets and clothing. Fortunately Don Lucho has taken numerous images on his Flickr stream, which can be found here; http://www.flickr.com/photos/lpower/

  • Jon

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  • Unique

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