|Spence from Islington||April 29 2016|
|Just received my London city scape. Love it...inspired. Keep up the good work!!|
|Mary from Canberra, Australia||April 28 2016|
I have just entered your competition to win a cityscape tile. I'm really excited and hope I win! But I just wanted to give you a sugestion of a great city that would look fantastic on a tile and that is Canberra, Australia. it is one of the few cities in the world which are planned. Therefore, it has great lines and shapes as seen from above. Cheers|
|Aoife Hannon from Ireland||April 22 2016|
|Excellent service and the model arrived in perfect condition. I absolutely love it!!|
|John Pastier from San Jose CA USA||April 01 2016|
|Splendid stuff here, judging from the photos. Laudable selection of subjects.
It would be nice if you gave the size of each piece.|
|Bruce Cohen from NY, USA||March 25 2016|
|Are you guys going to make a cityscape of Manhattan?
I just love you stuff, and coming form a retired NY Creative Director, that means a lot, because I usually hate anything I didn't create. lol.
Keep up the excellent work.
Hi Bruce, check out our cityscape page, we have 1:5k of the Financial District - southern tip of Manhattan. Cheers, Robert
|Jane P from Manchester||March 04 2016|
|Ordered the Battersea Power Station for a birthday present, beutiful, well packaged. Very pleased, keep up the good work|
|David from Takoma Park, US||February 21 2016|
|Just got it. I am blown away. I was expecting something incredible but this is even better than I expected. As nice as your website is, it does not do justice to how stunning this piece is. It belongs in a museum. The windows and door details are jaw dropping. I think this goes beyond a architectural model. It's a work of art.
But that is not what really amazes me. Out of all the buildings in DC, this is the one you do. I worked a few blocks from the building for a few years. They did a pretty good job of preserving it. There is a park across the street and I spent many a lunch hour there staring at the building and wishing I had it in my collection. Now I do.
The buildings that you choose and the craftsmanship that goes with them are what make you unique I think. Looking through your website I am floored by your choices.
I went to school at Arundel and could not believe you had something from there.|
|Lawrence from Boston||February 02 2016|
|Beautiful work! Are you planning to craft a 3D model of Boston in the future?|
|Paul Hogan from Holyoke Ma. 01010 USA||December 13 2015|
|Do you have a model of the Dublin Post Office circa 1816|
|Andy from Canada||December 08 2015|
|I'm gobsmacked at the beauty of this beast: you have produced an astonishingly beautiful addition to the catalogue. Well done! I've been a long-time admirer of your work over the past few years but I have to say, admiring one on the Internet and actually holding one in the hand are world's apart (can't believe how heavy these puppies are!). And the architectural detail is amazing: I spent several hours a few years ago photographing this building from all angles and I can unequivocally say, you captured it's essence brilliantly!|