Flickr: Cardboard paintings

We just came across a really great Flickr photo stream with cardboard paintings. Never thought you could use these old boxes for something. Now we know.
Have a look at Flickr user señor_b’s photos and his outstanding cardboard stuff stream.

Click on the image for the jump

link to Flickr photo stream

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