Whimsical Dreamworlds Created by Cardboard by Carolin Wanitzek

Voyage

Cardboard city for movie by kefir_junkie, via Flickr

3d city on Behance

Various Handmade Works I by Zim And Zou, via Behance

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F1 by Harley Spick, via Behance

Archiville by Kidsonroof $32 // Made of recycled cardboard, the Archiville set includes houses, mountains, skyscrapers, trees, and roads that are easy to assemble and hard to put down. Adventurers can pop pieces out of the cardboard pages, slide them together, and let their imaginations run wild in a world that can be endlessly reinvented.

Whimsical Dreamworlds Created by Cardboard by Carolin Wanitzek

Incredible Elaborate Non-Photoshopped Scenes "Decades before Photoshop was available, American artist Sandy Skoglund started creating surrealist images by building incredibly elaborate sets, a process which took months to complete. Her works are characterized by an overwhelming amount of one object and either bright, contrasting colors or a monochromatic color scheme."

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Crystal Cities by Rob Dunlavey ~ cardboard

Paper Totem by INK studio , via Behance

:) by Aitch

Native American Headdress by Vault49, via Behance

The word is higgledy-piggledy, the cardboard houses are unorganised and just plopped ontop of each other.

This project was made for Ivity Brand Corp in their amazing 250m² "secret" room called "Empty Room".

Paper Landscape Illustrated by Eiko Ojala

Between | User experience design

Paper Cities by Hattie Newman, via Behance