Cardboard Art

These illustrations on scraps of cardboard prove you don't need no fancy-dancy paper or canvases to produce terrific art.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 1/15/2007 03:21  |    7 | Source


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Adarias (Level 11 Bonsai) @ 1/16/2007 13:56
the bitch of drawing on carboard is that it doesnt take paint and my ink pens tear it and pick up shreded card stuck in the nib.  most of what i do is on bristol to avoid that

these are nice and stylish though.

Faktablad (Level 6 SWAT) @ 1/15/2007 19:58

veemobil (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 1/15/2007 19:41
Playmobil don't have teeth!
apart from skeletons.

He should have done a lego man too.

silent sniper (Level 1 Depressed) @ 1/15/2007 17:54
funneh. nuff

Akira (Level 5 Sniper) @ 1/15/2007 17:03
they still require fancy-dancy pens though...

Blick (Level 7 Captain) @ 1/15/2007 16:59
The only piece of art I own is a framed work by a family member of a cartoon double headed dragon lays in front of a fantasy landscape (you know, castle on top of the hill, knights in the corner about to prod the dragon with lances) and it's on cardboard.

Yeah, I framed a piece of cardboard.

It's basically the same as drawing on recycled paper sketchbooks. Except sturdier.

glassy glaze (Level 3 Corporate Drone) @ 1/15/2007 06:35
Awesome! Those remind me Carlos Grangel's works. (He is the Tim Burton's Corpse Bride character designer, and he always draws behind cereal boxes)

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