Japanese Cardboard Artist Turns Old Amazon Boxes Into Tanks, Food And Other Incredible Sculptures

Somehow, everybody sees a cardboard box differently.

Somehow, everybody sees a cardboard box differently.

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Some people see it as a storage unit, some cats see it as a perfect home, and Japanese artist Monomi Ohno sees it as a building material for her amazing 3-D sculptures.

Some people see it as a storage unit, some cats see it as a perfect home, and Japanese artist Monomi Ohno sees it as a building material for her amazing 3-D sculptures.

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It all began during her studies at Osaka University of the Arts, where she decided to specialize in 3-D animation.

It all began during her studies at Osaka University of the Arts, where she decided to specialize in 3-D animation.

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Yet to get your hands on the necessary software, you'd have to pay a pretty penny first.

Yet to get your hands on the necessary software, you'd have to pay a pretty penny first.

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So instead of spending all that money, she decided to use the stash of empty Amazon boxes laying around to hone her 3D modeling skills on.

So instead of spending all that money, she decided to use the stash of empty Amazon boxes laying around to hone her 3D modeling skills on.

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What was supposed to be practice, has turned her into a cardboard artist!

What was supposed to be practice, has turned her into a cardboard artist!

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he empty boxes have become a canvas which she can now turn into literally anything.

he empty boxes have become a canvas which she can now turn into literally anything.

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From tanks, rifles, and pop culture characters to even food!

From tanks, rifles, and pop culture characters to even food!

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Whaaaat!!!

Whaaaat!!!

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This is awesome.

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So creative!!

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