Paper can be reused or turned into something useful for people. However, paper can also be used as a prime material for something else – Art. And this seems to be the case for Keil Johnson who came up with the Paper Metropolis which is pretty impressive and masterful.
With paper scraps and corrugated cardboards as the prime materials, a miniature cityscape was produced by Keil. This included detailed work that included power lines to culture zones; the works. Heck it even includes miniature automobiles in the mix, something that should catch the eye of architects who make those miniature building models that is worth millions.
Aside from paper cities, Johnson also has a knack for creating zombie masks, metal detectors and giant cardboard vintage cameras.