Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Check out these wild art displays designed by German street artist, Evol. He calls it his Building series, and he creates them by transforming everyday objects — like concrete blocks, power boxes, walls, and any other publicly accessible surface he can co-opt — into highly intricate miniaturized versions of apartment buildings.

Evol, who uses stencils to create the effect, is able to make such realistic looking surfaces by avoiding repetitious patterns, and by paying attention to the minutest of details — like stenciling in satellite dishes, graffiti, open windows, and wet and worn surfaces. And when photographed just right, they could easily be mistaken for the real thing.

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

Artist Converts Everyday Objects Into Super-Realistic Miniature Apartment Buildings

You can visit Evol's Flickr page here.

H/t Modern Met.