Amazing Cardboard Pieces

From typewriters to trumpets this artist really does think outside of the box creating amazing sculptures from everyday CARDBOARD. Using material similar to the card at the back of a notebook wacky Kiel Johnson creates stunning 5,000 pounds creations. The LA-based artist has sold pieces to the likes of comic actor Steve Martin as well as art lovers across the US, but still gives the public a chance to have a go too.

From typewriters to trumpets this artist really does think outside of the box creating amazing sculptures from everyday CARDBOARD. Using material similar to the card at the back of a notebook wacky Kiel Johnson creates stunning 5,000 pounds creations. The LA-based artist has sold pieces to the likes of comic actor Steve Martin as well as art lovers across the US, but still gives the public a chance to have a go too.

From typewriters to trumpets this artist really does think outside of the box creating amazing sculptures from everyday CARDBOARD. Using material similar to the card at the back of a notebook wacky Kiel Johnson creates stunning 5,000 pounds creations. The LA-based artist has sold pieces to the likes of comic actor Steve Martin as well as art lovers across the US, but still gives the public a chance to have a go too.

From typewriters to trumpets this artist really does think outside of the box creating amazing sculptures from everyday CARDBOARD. Using material similar to the card at the back of a notebook wacky Kiel Johnson creates stunning 5,000 pounds creations. The LA-based artist has sold pieces to the likes of comic actor Steve Martin as well as art lovers across the US, but still gives the public a chance to have a go too.

From typewriters to trumpets this artist really does think outside of the box creating amazing sculptures from everyday CARDBOARD. Using material similar to the card at the back of a notebook wacky Kiel Johnson creates stunning 5,000 pounds creations. The LA-based artist has sold pieces to the likes of comic actor Steve Martin as well as art lovers across the US, but still gives the public a chance to have a go too.