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Mark Langan’s Cardboard Art

Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” reinvented by Mark Langan with cardboard. A beautiful example of upcycling.

Mark Langan is an Ohio artist who for about five years has been giving used corrugated cardboard a new life as sculpture. His materials are simple and green: corrugated boxes, non-toxic glue, a razor knife and a cutting edge.

The top ten of his cardboard sculptures (including image you see above) can be found at thedailygreen.com.

Discover other amusing examples of “corrugated art” visiting Mark Langan’s personal website, “Recyclable Art for a Green World”.

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