PlayStation yesterday (September 9) revealed their handcrafted version of the London skyline, made entirely from recycled newspapers in celebration of the launch of Tearaway Unfolded on PlayStation 4.

PlayStation® has unveiled a handcrafted version of the iconic London skyline made from recycled newspapers at Southbank to celebrate the launch of Tea

PlayStation® has unveiled a handcrafted version of the iconic London skyline made from recycled newspapers at Southbank to celebrate the launch of Tea

Inspired by the paper world players can get to grips with in Tearaway, PlayStation teamed with artist Andy Singleton to build the model, currently on display at Southbank, London. Taking over 120 hours to create and using over 100 discarded copies of newspaper collected from the streets of London, the Skyline was put together over a ten week period.

Artist Andy comments: "I specialise in creating art form from paper, but this is the first time I've used recycled newspapers and it wasn't without its challenges! Bringing to life the incredible paper world from Tearaway took me over two months, but I'm thrilled with the results. Every piece of the sculpture, from the trees, to hands on Big Ben has been crafted in minute detail to create a mini paper London.

You can see the London Skyline come to life from Andy's initial sketches to the very last piece of paper being added in the timelapse video below.

Tearaway Unfolded will be available on PlayStation 4 from September 11.


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