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Imaginary Architecture

Imaginary Architecture Inspired by James Casebere

James Casebere is an artist who builds small sets of landscapes and buildings, then photographs them to make them feel like real places. His buildings are made out of simple shapes, and many of his sets and buildings he even floods with water.

Materials: old magazines or pictures of landscapes, thin cardboard, scissors, glue and marker.

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