The Intricate Models Of Battleships Made With Old Newspapers

Japanese visual artist Atsushi Adachi creates miniature replicas of objects from the past using clippings from old newspapers and articles from the same period. History artifacts such as warships and Neil Armstrong's space suit come to life with what Adachi describes as a meditation on the memories of our collective memory. Adachi chooses to work with a newspaper because he believes that the medium embodies the values ​​of society during this period. The Intricate Models Of Battleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

In fact, like time, our values ​​are fluid and ever-changing, influenced by world events that we often find ourselves engulfed in. Working with newspaper clippings from certain periods, Adachi understands what was going through the minds of designers and creators of the time, while working tirelessly on the creation of science, adventure, and sometimes war machines. You can also follow Adachi's work on Instagram . h/t: thisiscolossal.com

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

The Intricate Models Of Bettleships Made With Old Newspapers

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