Tagged: Cardboard art

Creative cardboard creations put together in a gripping collection

Creative cardboard creations put together in a gripping collection

Cardboard as a material has structural strength to hold the heaviest of cargo and at the same time flexibility to be used according to your needs. It comes handy as a raw material for school projects, but a few genius artists can turn it into work of art. In the hand of a master craftsman who are blessed with the technical bend of mind, cardboard can be turned into jaw-dropping creations. As our dedication to such artistic people and of course the cardboard material that makes it all possible, here is a collection of the best cardboard creations that’ll you’ll ever see.
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1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V emulated into a life-size cardboard replica

Cardboard 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V Miles to Empty 2015

Cardboard art always catches one’s eye because of the intricate details the artist has to put in by sticking all the pieces together. Shannon Goff a teacher at the Penn State University School of Visual Arts and born in Detroit has created one such masterpiece, drawing inspiration from her grandfather’s love for cars and art. Making a cardboard replica of the 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V is no ordinary feat considering its huge size and difficult to emulate detailing. But in the end, Shannon managed to complete this gargantuan DIY project that she calls ‘Miles to Empty’.


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Functional Lexus Origami Car crafted from 1700 cardboard pieces

Lexus Origami Car IS Sedan

Lexus has been trying to keep their creative bits activated lately with activities that are out-of-the-box. We saw that with the Lexus Hoverboard which in its own right is quite unique and challenging project. Now, the forward-thinking automaker has come-up with Origami Car that is made from 1700 corrugated cardboard pieces. Amazingly the car is fully drivable and is based on their IS300H Sedan. For this inspiring project Lexus chose their 5 most skilled people, who they call Takumi (known as Artisan in Japanese) and ventured on a 3 month project that goes with the automaker’s “Creating Amazing global brand campaign”.
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