20-year old Taiwanese student makes wearable Cardboard Iron Man Suit
The world is fascinated with the idea of Iron Man, and no wonder why so many creative beasts are embarking on the idea of making their version of Iron Man suits and accessories. 20-year old cardboard artist and student from Taiwan, Kai-Xiang Xhong has made Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit using just corrugated cardboard. What’s even more surprising is that it can be worn and one can walk freely or move body parts while wearing it. This artistic student took time from his free hours and made this amazing Iron Man suit over the course of one year which is a herculean effort considering he is a full-time student.
The cardboard Iron Man suit is complete with all the elements from the original suit shown in the movie as it has LED lighting in the eyes, chest and hands. That is what makes this Iron Man suit way better than some of the other DIYs we have seen overtime.
This Iron Man suit even managed him to get an interview with Stan Winston School of Character Arts which all goes well for this kid in the future.
Check out some of the pictures of this DIY by Kai-Xiang Xhong as he completed this Iron Man suit.