What would you do with the empty pack when you finish the snack? Throw them away? Well, we all do, except Haruki.
Much known as @02ESyRaez4VhR2l in Twitter, Haruki, an artist from Japan, comes with a mission to recycle snack packaging into stunning works of art.
His works quickly gain massive attention on the internet due to his unique approach. People come to enjoy the intricately realistic figures made out of snack boxes.
The similar craft is basically called Kiries or Kirigami in Japan, which means the art of paper-cutting. But, Haruki combines it with his personal touch and adapting pop-art style.
It’s always a good thing to know that someone can turn unused trash into usable stuff, moreover when they become visually beautiful.
Let’s scroll through some of Haruki’s selected works below and let us know of any comments. Don’t forget to share them as well.
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