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What do you do with the wood which is left over after some heavy wood work at your place, you either through it away or keep it safe for the winter... right?

But with artist James McNabb, it's a different case.

James, a talented Pennsylvania based artist, built an entire city using discarded woods.

Last September, for his MFA Thesis Exhibit, James created a mind-blowing collection of wooden architectural wonders, titled Long Nights Big City Lights, using a band saw.

Initially, James wanted to create wooden tools and familiar objects. It was after he built around 250 of the, he started to arrange them in such a way that they resembled a miniature city. According to James, "They started to look like buildings, tools, and strangely familiar objects. I wasn't sure what they actually were, but I just kept going. In the next 24 hours, I made about 250 of them, all intricately different from the next. Together, they look like a city skyline."

Here are some of his mind-blowing wooden works from his series, The City. Have a look:

Laser Prints

Laser Prints

Photo Prints

Photo Prints

Skyline

Skyline

Sphere

Sphere
Table

Table


Wheel

Wheel

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