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Cardboard Boombox by Bartek Elsner To promote International Radio Festival in Zurich, this giant cardboard ghetto blaster is secretly hiding a Mini inside which actually acts as a battery and powers the speakers to produce sound.

literally creating fantasy worlds

This project was made for Ivity Brand Corp in their amazing "secret" room called "Empty Room" with bottle of cardboard Coca-Cola.

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Hand sculpture from Passion 2012 made of materials commonly made by slaves

Der Mini-Ghettoblaster aus Pappe von Bartek Elsner

“ Bartek Elsner: Mini - Ghettoblaster / The Paper Stuff Promotion for the International Radio Festival 2012 in Zurich / Switzerland.

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New Origami Street Art in Angers, France by Mademoiselle Maurice - street art paper origami multiples installation France

Agglomerato - Giacomo Costa

Giacomo Costa_'Agglomerato diasec on perspex Photography manipulation idea, collage or photoshop many of your own images or mix with secondary source.

Alex Brewer, otherwise known as HENSE, is an artist from Atlanta with a colourful, abstract, graffiti-inspired contemporary style.

Alex Brewer, otherwise known as HENSE, is an artist from Atlanta with a colourful, abstract, graffiti-inspired contemporary style. He was recently hired to create a massive mural on a historic but derelict church in a waterfront ne

pedro reyes escultura armas em instrumentos musicais

pedro reyes escultura armas em instrumentos musicais

Would love to try this with art club! Diorama of a famous artwork interior using only found cardboard, scissors and glue

Cardboard Box City for imaginary play - you can choose to get as creative as you like, or take the easy way like we did :-)

{Creative Cardboard Box City}

Make a cardboard box city, either from scratch or from a kit, and enjoy some creative, imaginary play time!

Assembled from hundreds of cutout plants and animals from repurposed textbooks, artist Andrea Mastrovito created a striking installation where a colony of bats clings to the ceiling, a flight butterflies swarm the gallery walls, and all matter of insects, mamammals and plants intermingle across the floor. The sprawling artwork spans the realms of collage, diorama and trompe-l’œil and was inspired in part by H. G. Wells’ science fiction novel The Island of Doctor Moreau.

Flora and Fauna Escape the Confines of Over 1,000 Repurposed Books

Italy and New York-based artist Andrea Mastrovito finds life renewed in old books; one of his latest works, "The Island of Dr. Mastrovito II" features a horde of animal cutouts taken from recycled textbooks --butterflies, bears, cats and endless flowers.

Close up 4 by Phizzychick!, via Flickr

Altered puzzle - class project-day first day design a puzzle piece to emphasize teamwork