Cathedral Replica Made with 298,000 Matchsticks
Matchstick artist Patrick Acton has painstakingly recreated the stunning replica of the Notre Dame Cathedral. Patient matchstick artist used 298,000 matchsticks, 55 liters of wood glue and 2,000 toothpicks. This matchstick replica of cathedral took him 2,000 hours but the original stone cathedral in Paris took over 180 years to build.
Each matchstick was individually placed to recreate the Parisian structure, which is considered one of the finest examples Gothic architecture in the world. Patrick Acton said, “Notre Dame is one of the most detailed models I have ever worked on because of the complex subject it represents.”
More Stuff For Your Inspiration:
- 1979 Lincoln Continental Car Recreated in Cardboard
- Chinese Farmer Built Homemade Replica of Lamborghini Aventador For His Grandson
- Flatmobile – The World’s Lowest Roadworthy Car
- Miniature Motorcycles Made From Watches
- Canon D60 Camera Made of Chocolate
- Hamburger-Shaped Harley Davidson
- Origami Models of Famous Moscow Cathedrals
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.