The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

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In a cardboard box, everyone sees something different. Some use it as storage capacity for cats is a great house, and the Japanese artist Monomi considers It the perfect material for his incredible 3D sculptures.

It all started when she was studying at the University of arts of Osaka. It was then Monomi It decided to choose 3D animation as a core curriculum. But to get the necessary software, you need to shell out a tidy sum. And not to spend that kind of money, she decided to use a pile of empty cardboard boxes-orders with Amazon as the material to hone their skills on 3D modeling.

What had been conceived as teaching practice, turned into a cardboard art. Empty boxes become universal matter, which the Japanese can turn anything, and it's not a figure of speech. Tanks, guns, characters, pop culture and even food — all of it from cardboard!

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The same time machine from movie "Back to the future".

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The spacecraft "Millennium Falcon" from "Star wars" one to one like in the movies.

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

Sneakers made of cardboard? Not a problem!

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The terrible cardboard tank with big guns.

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

Monomi It and some of her creations. That's what the hands from the right place!

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

The Japanese never throws away cardboard boxes: she finds a use for them better

Keywords: Cardboard boxes | DIY | Sculpture | Art | Japan | Japanese

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