They may not hold a candle Chicago’s acrylic-based miniature skyline, but some of Manhattan’s most famed buildings are now available in paper form. The grandiose Empire State Building, the oppressive Times Square Tourist trap and even an MTA subway car are rendered in loving detail. Because the models are designed in “the spirit, if not the complexity” of Geoffrey Heighway’s 1950s “Micromodels,” the World Trade Center is included as well.┬áSome assembly is required, as each building comes as a 4-5/8-inch by 6-3/4-inch postcard. You do the cutting and sticking. Each building costs $1.50, and there are eight buildings in all. Not bad for a slice of the Big Apple. [Build Your Own New York via Wired]