Aspiring Filipino Artist Makes A Scale Model Out Of Staple Wires








Staple wires are used to bind materials but did you know that those tiny wires can also build a city?

GUHIT Pinas is an organization that showcases the creativity of different types of Filipino visual artists. On its Facebook page, GUHIT Pinas freely lets various of aspiring young artists to share their works and pieces.

Among those work of art is the creation of JM Castillo, an architectural model featuring the entire city of Los Angeles.

JM Castillo or “JM Castle” on Facebook shared that the model was only made of a matt board that serves as the base and staple wires that represents the buildings.

Haayss. detailed. mano mano #losangeles

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In progress scale model. Stapler wire

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JM Castillo is studying Bachelor of Science in Architecture at Saint Louis College of San Fernando, La Union. Based on his Facebook account, he enjoys doing portraits of different popular celebrities.

Here are some of his works:

@zaynmalik

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"Daniel Padilla" -Mongol and Charcoal #pencildrawing

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@taylorswift -my artwork -charcoal pencil

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@leeminho -coloredportrait

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Be inspired! Be creative! Create your own artwork and make your imaginations come to life!












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