Michael Ashkin’s Cardboard Cities depicts the urban world in microcosm

Michael Ashkin’s Cardboard Cities depicts the urban world in microcosm

Discarded cardboard serves as a green, sustainable material when it comes to create packaging solutions, furniture items and artworks out of it. Earlier, at EcoArrivals, we informed you about several cardboard creations and conceptions, such as the Team Table furniture, Nike Eco Sole-ution packaging and the Cardboard Cathedral, which tend to address eco issues in their own, unique way. Now, next in the sequel is Cardboard Cities – a life-sized installation made from recycled cardboard pieces.

Artist Michael Ashkin, who earlier created a mesmerizing series of recycled cardboard sculptures, named Prisons, Plazas and Props (second gallery below), now takes his art to its next level with Cardboard Cities. Measuring 548″ x 244″ x 3″, the giant cardboard installation promises to have a minimal carbon impact. Browse through our gallery to see the installation in its enormity:

Prisons, Plazas and Props

 

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