To be added:

Some things are worth posting about, when I find the time:

Romance

These castles by Ann Wood  and Kathleen Thomasare sweet as candy. Cute as a Disney Movie. I like them, they show the craftsmanship and fun that a good cardboard project needs… Both castles are made as a window display.


Cardboard wedding backdrop

The picture are rather corny but the details on this weddingcastle are phenomenal! Wonder if the couple could take the castle home with them afterwards :-)

This video by aKING features a great cardboard castle:


Cardboard LOGS
Why would you want to a log out of cardboard? Welll: Log log log everyone loves a log


Junior Fritz Jaquet

Jözef Sumichrast “The medium for ”Wall Rabbit” is industrial cardboard. The use of cardboard is a backlash against technology. However, I have found that when this lowly material is sanded, it is elevated to velvet.”



Cardboard Cowboy Movie:
http://www.cowboycardboard.nl/


Beautifull portraits in archival cardboard by scott-fife


Cardboard LETTERBOXES
create your own font with these cardboard letterboxes
thedesignoffice.org/letterboxes/


Weburbanist made a very nice round up of some cardboard artists


The Cardboard Institute of Technology


Cardboard Record Player made of sleeve



Anne Umland (MOMA) in the book “Picasso Guitars”
“Sometime between October and December 1912, Pablo Picasso made a guitar, cobbled together from cardboard, paper, string and wire, materials he cut, folded threaded and glued, Picasso’s purely visual instrument resembled no structure ever seen before.”


via tokyobling:
and this cardboard city I also found via Tokyo Bling


Cardboard Bike

http://www.geekologie.com/2008/06/cardboard_bicycles_could_be_co.php


Cardboard Fanatics making foldable structures and displays
http://cartonlab.com/


http://www.westernexhibitions.com/current/2011/1a_Heads_Poles/2_pages/6.html

Some more from: http://www.reanimation.nl/studio

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11 Responses to To be added:

  1. Mykl Wells says:

    I make cardboard art that is quite unique and would like to share it with you.
    http://myklwells.com/19/08/2012/snowdrop/

    Also I just won an international cardboard art competition in italy which you should check out too.
    http://cartasia.it

  2. Mark Langan says:

    Love the site and would love even more seeing my art on there. Please take a look. Thanks!

    • mathijs says:

      Hi Mark!
      Of course! I already know your work!
      What work would you like to be featured on this site? Our main focus is community and participatory art!
      Keep up the good work!

  3. check out my friend Julian’s site very worth it he is a cardboard genius.. and offers camps in cardboard aventures… seen here… https://www.facebook.com/AdventuresInCardboard?ref=ts&fref=ts

    hope you get a chance to check it out .. also check out the art sled rally.. more amaing cardboard and puppet wonderfulness…

    • mathijs says:

      Wow Soozin! That sled race looks fun! We are at this moment trying to convince some festivalpeople to hire us for a cardboard boat race in swimming pool :-) Hope it will be as much fun as the sledrally!

  4. Andy Scott says:

    Hi, love the site, I am mainly a painter but also I am also a cardboard artist from time to time -- check out my website for a couple of examples

    Regards

    Andy

  5. Thanks for sharing …. all are being very smart, I love it all
    Regards from “si Kambi” of Indonesia
    Si Kambi : Friends of Family and Children

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