Scott Stevens

By Scott Stevens

LifeBuzz User

Japanese Artist Up-Cycles Amazon Boxes Into Impossibly Intricate Sculptures.

Monomi Ohno is a different kind of artist. While attending Osaka University of the Arts, she studied 3-D art renderings. She wanted to create some really nice stuff but realized the software that was needed was very expensive. While saving to buy the software program that she needed, Ohno came across some old Amazon boxes in her house. She decided to do a little practicing to get a head start on the software that she would soon purchase.

It didn’t take long for her to realize that she didn’t need the software at all. She could create an awesome 3-D rendering of just about anything she wanted, all by herself, using just her hands. You are about to see some really awesome things she has made out of cardboard boxes.

Japanese artist Monomi Ohno loves boxes.

This Millennium Falcon looks just like the real thing. Hans Solo couldn't fly this one though as it's made out of cardboard.

Everyone looks at a cardboard box in a different way.

When Ohno saw this one she saw a perfect rendition of a Sci Fi vehicle.

Some people use empty boxes for storage.

Not Ohno, when she saw this one she made this rendition of a tank out of it. Yes, she made it out of cardboard boxes.

No cats in these boxes.

Cats love to use boxes to hide in and grab a nap in. Ohno used some to make this life like looking town.

Ohno makes some amazing sculptures.

The things that Ohno creates are truly amazing. By using cardboard boxes she creates some amazing 3-D sculptures.

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