Mark Langans Cardboard Art

This is one artist who really thinks outside the box – by creating these stunning artworks out of nothing more than CARDBOARD. Mark Langan, 50, spends hours meticulously cutting, folding and gluing corrugated cardboard together to produce some of the world’s most eco-friendly artworks. From recreating masterpieces like Edvard Munch’s the Scream, to crafting a huge recycle logo, his works are made up of around 2,000 individually cut pieces of cardboard box.

This is one artist who really thinks outside the box - by creating these stunning artworks out of nothing more than CARDBOARD. Mark Langan, 50, spends hours meticulously cutting, folding and gluing corrugated cardboard together to produce some of the world's most eco-friendly artworks. From recreating masterpieces like Edvard Munch's the Scream, to crafting a huge recycle logo, his works are made up of around 2,000 individually cut pieces of cardboard box.

This is one artist who really thinks outside the box - by creating these stunning artworks out of nothing more than CARDBOARD. Mark Langan, 50, spends hours meticulously cutting, folding and gluing corrugated cardboard together to produce some of the world's most eco-friendly artworks. From recreating masterpieces like Edvard Munch's the Scream, to crafting a huge recycle logo, his works are made up of around 2,000 individually cut pieces of cardboard box.

This is one artist who really thinks outside the box - by creating these stunning artworks out of nothing more than CARDBOARD. Mark Langan, 50, spends hours meticulously cutting, folding and gluing corrugated cardboard together to produce some of the world's most eco-friendly artworks. From recreating masterpieces like Edvard Munch's the Scream, to crafting a huge recycle logo, his works are made up of around 2,000 individually cut pieces of cardboard box.

This is one artist who really thinks outside the box - by creating these stunning artworks out of nothing more than CARDBOARD. Mark Langan, 50, spends hours meticulously cutting, folding and gluing corrugated cardboard together to produce some of the world's most eco-friendly artworks. From recreating masterpieces like Edvard Munch's the Scream, to crafting a huge recycle logo, his works are made up of around 2,000 individually cut pieces of cardboard box.