Manabu Kosaka, an artist based in Saitama, Japan, takes Kent paper, and can transform it into any wristwatch model out there. That's right, no 3D printers are used, as he first draws the design on a sheet of Kent paper, then starts using basic tools - such as glue, dremels, an Xacto knife - to cut tiny characters as small as 1 mm in size, and finally, takes tweezers to place them in their proper spots. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
"Mr. Kosaka told Spotlight Media that he has been making these incredible Ken paper replicas for the last 15 years, but while the extensive experience definitely helps, he can still fail countless times while trying to get certain tiny details just right. Some of Manabu Kosaka’s most amazing creations include almost perfect replicas of iconic watches like the Casio G-Shock, the IWC Portugieser Chronograph, a Frank Muller, and of course, a Rolex," reports Oddity Central.