Bulgarian artist Ognyan Stefanov combines his daily work as an aerial photographer with making miniature models of high-altitude buildings. One of his creations is this unusual village, named “Skyville”. He designed the village as a self-sustaining enclave, including shops, farms and gardens, libraries and some houses.
This 60-pound model was created on a scale of 1/87 with a span of 36 x 16 inches. It took Stefanov two years to complete. It is a fusion of wooden stirrers, popsicles and photoetching techniques. From the luxurious interiors filled with chandeliers, wrought iron bed frames and framed artwork to architectural elements such as wooden beams and round windows, every scene is meticulously crafted.
Check out Stefanov’s page dedicated to “Skyville” to see the work in progress and more glimpses of its richly decorated interiors.
Via This is Colossal