Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Paper Please

The first time I saw these cardboard animal busts was in San Luis Obispo, in a paper store. They had each piece of cardboard covered in a different printed paper. They look amazing that way. I plan to add a set of these great cardboard animal busts to my son's room as soon as school is out and we have a minute to breathe. We will be going with rhinos and leaving them in the raw though for our application.

3 comments:

A Perfect Gray said...

I have always loved those things and I might yet have to have one...

Flick, said...

Amazing... They look so great and really structural, I love the whole idea! The possibilities are endless...
:) Flick

Kelle Dame said...

I love these too and I love when I see a frame placed around them. It makes me smile.