Architects sure like playing with their food. Last week, we saw an entire model city made of moldy bread. This week, it's gum. That's right, French artist Jeremy Laffon collected thousands of sticks of chewing gum to mold his minty-green cityscape, filled with towering spires and detailed scaffolding.
Laffon uses a simple and innovative technique to construct his Willy Wonka-meets-urbanist landscapes involving a small light that heats and welds together individual sticks.