Cardboard Scenes

You won’t get board looking at these incredible film-like street scenes made almost entirely from cardboard. The moody amazingly life-like dioramas show buildings in London, New York, Mumbai, Paris and Tokyo. At around half-scale the pieces are the creation of artist and photographer Andy Rudak for a series dubbed ‘Cardboard Cities’. Each cost around £5,000 to make which advertising photographer Andy used his own funds to pay for and around a month each to make.

You won't get board looking at these incredible film-like street scenes made almost entirely from cardboard. The moody amazingly life-like dioramas show buildings in London, New York, Mumbai, Paris and Tokyo. At around half-scale the pieces are the creation of artist and photographer Andy Rudak for a series dubbed 'Cardboard Cities'. Each cost around £5,000 to make which advertising photographer Andy used his own funds to pay for and around a month each to make.

You won't get board looking at these incredible film-like street scenes made almost entirely from cardboard. The moody amazingly life-like dioramas show buildings in London, New York, Mumbai, Paris and Tokyo. At around half-scale the pieces are the creation of artist and photographer Andy Rudak for a series dubbed 'Cardboard Cities'. Each cost around £5,000 to make which advertising photographer Andy used his own funds to pay for and around a month each to make.

You won't get board looking at these incredible film-like street scenes made almost entirely from cardboard. The moody amazingly life-like dioramas show buildings in London, New York, Mumbai, Paris and Tokyo. At around half-scale the pieces are the creation of artist and photographer Andy Rudak for a series dubbed 'Cardboard Cities'. Each cost around £5,000 to make which advertising photographer Andy used his own funds to pay for and around a month each to make.

You won't get board looking at these incredible film-like street scenes made almost entirely from cardboard. The moody amazingly life-like dioramas show buildings in London, New York, Mumbai, Paris and Tokyo. At around half-scale the pieces are the creation of artist and photographer Andy Rudak for a series dubbed 'Cardboard Cities'. Each cost around £5,000 to make which advertising photographer Andy used his own funds to pay for and around a month each to make.