Some people see some things differently. Some people turn old stuffs into useful objects. Some others even turn trash into beautiful work of art.
These are somehow far better way to recycle unused things, rather than destroying or crashing them. Because when you reuse the materials, you expand their lifespan.
Let’s take a look at how Monami Ohno, a Japanese artist who changed unused cardboard boxes, which she got by shopping at Amazon, to amazing 3D sculptures.
It all started when Monami Ohno studied at Osaka University of Arts. During her second year, she decided to specialized in 3D animation,
Problem arise when she had to buy materials used in workshop, while the workshop fee itself was already expensive. So, she needed to think of another creative solution, instead of spending too much cash.
That’s when she decided to practise using the unused Amazon cardboard boxes to trigger her 3D creative juices.
The good thing about cardboard is they are rather flexible and easily formed.
The results turned out great! Look at what she has created with those empty boxes.
The cardboard boxes have became canvas which she can turn into literally anything. Other than that, they have also turned Monami into a popular cardboard artist!
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Wasabee is a content editor, digital marketer and art enthusiast. He is also a jazz and bossa lover.