Germany based artist Bartek Elsner creates awesome works of art out of cardboard materials. See more of his analogue art after the break.
Bartek Elsner is an artist who does graphic design work, art direction, illustration, and 3D projects. On one of his projects entitled ‘Paper Stuff’ he came up with many objects, big and small, using cardboard. He creates everyday objects, such as surveillance cameras, a television set, a VHS player, a raven, and even his very own version of the internet. His works, yet simple, comes out as interesting additions to the home or the street. See more of his work on the gallery below.
Would you display these cardboard works of art in your own home? Give us your thoughts with a comment below. See more of his work on his website. Information for this article was taken from this post on KoiKoiKoi.
Alia Sheikh is a filmmaker & senior development producer for the BBC. She recently backed the Kickstarter campaign for the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens and showed us one of her shots. We were intrigued to see more and find out about her professional work and her love for all things bokeh based.
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