Students will never forget what a pentagon looks like! Great for a decorative Math Classroom. Create pentagons with foam core, paint them shapes, put together into a pentagon. Hang from ceiling of classroom. Remember to reference this artists work!
simon costin of the UK has re-created the nineteenth century Charles Dickens London city out of cardboard boxes. In 2011 the Museum of London exhibited the entire village as a diorama -my mom always made me amazing things out of cardboard boxes!
Olafur Eliasson, One-way colour tunnel, 2007 (digital rendering of interior view); site-specific sculpture to be made at SFMOMA on the occasion of Take your time: Olafur Eliasson; stainless steel, color-effect acrylic, and acrylic mirrors;
Montreal-based artist Laurence Vallières creates her own form of animal magic by creating amazing animal sculptures all from cardboard boxes. Laurence cuts up the boxes and then uses the cardboard in layers which adds great texture to the piece