Stitched paper cameras by Jennifer Collier.
via: my modern met
These are beautifully crafted, I love the attention to detail, choosing the different parts of the map/postcard to use on certain sections of the camera. I love the scale part used above the lens. I prefer the map one best because of this and the markings from the edge of the map because I link it to the aperture and other measurements on the camera. Using the map and postcard also makes me think of it being the area that photographs were taken.
theys are fabulus i love the use of mapsgreat job keep up the good work!
One word: WOW
I ish I had a mind to create something like this, wauuu
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