Bartek Elsner Gets Crafty With Cardboard.




A look at Berlin based art director/designer/artist Bartek Elsner's series of five paper and cardboard sculptures.



1. A giant Ghetto Blaster created for MINI as a promotional event. The huge three dimensional cardboard sculpture's sound system was powered by the MINI:







Creating the piece:



2. Observation, a surveillance camera crafted of cardboard:




3. The Fireplace, an inviting looking cardboard constructed fireplace installed on a public street during winter:




Even the cat thinks it's cozy:


4. The Internet EX30, a mock cardboard machine, powered by imagination:



5. The Branch, an interior installation of a cardboard branch and bird:






See more of Bartek Elsner's talents here at his site.


2 comments:

Jason Stanley said...

Hey Laura! I love your article and blog, very cool indeed and even better it's a Google one! When you have time can you please consider looking at the scratch map and possibly review it? Many thanks in advance :)

laura sweet said...

Hi Jason, I actually featured your fabulous scratch-off maps here a long time ago.

http://ifitshipitshere.blogspot.com/2012/02/no-red-pins-needed-scratch-off-map-in-2.html




C'mon people, it's only a dollar.





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