Scultor Alan Wolfson builds fabulous miniature urban sculptures. With Canal Street Cross-Section Wolfson built what he calls "not an exact representation" but rather, a combination of existing and fabricated environments showing off a slice of New York City he so clearly adores.
It took Wolfson 18 months to build it and judging by the insane level of detail he puts into his work, that's actually really quick building. Click here for a gallery of all his other creations.
The above image is courtesy of the artist.
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