Dizzying, Abstract and Meticulous Worlds Created by Artist Benjamin Sack

Perhaps as a form of “abstract urbanism,” artist Benjamin Sack uses pen and paper to build cities and worlds that come to life as he draws. Towers and low-rise buildings merge together to form familiar yet unimaginably intricate cityscapes with complex spatial arrangements, and, in some cases, in human form.

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