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Mark Langan: Turning Cardboard Into Art

Mark Langan: Turning Cardboard Into Art
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Dan Gould
  • 9 february 2009

Artist Mark Langan has figured out a beautiful way of reusing corrugated cardboard as a medium for his artworks. Using only found cardboard, non-toxic glue and cutting tools, Langan creates intricate three dimensional pieces that recontextualize the unique qualities of the different kinds of packing materials into new meanings.

Mark Langan

[via Treehugger]

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