Japanese Artist Monomi Onho Turns Cardboard Into Intricate Sculptures

Where you find art classes, you’ll find cardboard used as a common medium. Personally, I failed to master this medium, but many succeed in mastering it and creating stunning pieces. 

If you’re better off using cardboard only for moving like me, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the intricate art of Monomi Onho. 

Onho currently shares amazing pieces for our over 20,000 Instagram followers. These range from everyday objects like watches and popular snacks to complicated things like robots, cars, and pieces of pop culture. You’ll be amazed by their details.

The use of these materials isn’t Onho’s first choice necessarily. As a student of Osaka School of Arts in Japan with a tight budget, she turned towards a relatively cheap and attainable material.

Take a look at some of these amazing creations and let us know what you think!

See more: Instagram | Facebook | ameblo.jp

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Alan Behrens

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