A City Made From Chewing Gum And Other Amazing Images From This Week

Plus churches that look like tanks, paintings made from masking tape, and more
French artist Jeremy Laffon stacked thousands of pieces of gum together to make what you'd imagine Robert Moses made when he was a 9-year-old: a city composed entirely of (unused!) chewing gum. After building the city, Laffon turned on a light to warp the buildings with heat. Because you don't get to have a city without having an urban heat island. Jeremy Laffon via Co.Design

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