PSFK Talks To Mark Langan of Corrugated Art

PSFK Talks To Mark Langan of Corrugated Art
Design

PSFK talks with artist Mark Langan to get insight on the future of art and technology.

Kyle Studstill
  • 8 december 2009

PSFK has been talking with artists and innovators that we’ve covered over the past year to get their insight on the future of art and technology.

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.

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