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Fantastic City Made from Toothpicks

Fantastic City Made from Toothpicks


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As a kid, Stan Munro made a toothpick structure that could hold a desk. Since then his natural talent has transcended the toothpick to a serious form of art and design. After putting in years of hardwork and patience Stan came out with his first toothpick city in 2005. It had 50 of the world’s most famous structures and has been permanently placed in House of Katmandu, Spain. Stan’s next project Toothpick City 2 is about religious temples and towers and is based on “man’s quest for the heavens, whether spiritual or physical.”

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Comments:

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  3. Carmi

    Probably played well

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