Cardboard is commonly used for many art projects, but a Melbourne-based artist has been pushing the limits of this ordinary craft material. Take a look at the amazingly beautiful and detailed sculptures he has created after the jump!
While I have tinkered with cardboard for some artsy-craftsy projects, I have not attempted to make anything as detailed, imaginative, and beautiful as the works of Daniel Agdag. The Melbourne-based artist may simply tell you that he makes stuff out of cardboard and glue, but these stuff that he makes will amaze you. Take a look:
These beautifully detailed cardboard sculptures are part of his series called Sets for a Film I’ll Never Make, a collection of structural experiments which he calls “sketching with cardboard.” To make his works of art even more interesting and amazing, Daniel creates them without relying on detailed drawings or plans, customizing each piece as he works.
Daniel will showcase Sets for a Film I’ll Never Make in an exhibit which will open this coming Friday, October 26, 2012 at Off the Kerb Gallery in Melbourne.
What do you think of these intricate cardboard sculptures? Share your insights with a comment below!
All information and photos for this article were sourced from This is Colossal.