Artist Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of Paper

Jung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of Paper

We have featured many beautiful cityscapes throughout the years, some being grand in scale, and some colorful, while others have been carved into books or even forming paper typography. Well let me introduce you to Jung Senarak, a talented illustrator based out of Bangkok, Thailand who has demonstrated his talents through this beautiful series of miniaturized hand-painted watercolor buildings showing old town Bangkok. He has taken great care to painstakingly add the subtlest details, from patched roofing and small posters, to the smallest type on each storefront. Truly astounding!

Jung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of PaperJung Senarak Creates Miniaturized Watercolor Sculptures of Bangkok Out of Paper

images courtesy of Jung Senarak

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