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Japanese Cardboard Artist Turns Old Amazon Boxes Into Tanks, Food And Other Incredible Sculptures

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The Japanese artist  Monami Ohno uses cardboard to recreate objects with great detail and realism! From the simple can of beer to the complex assault tank through the famous machines of pop culture like the car from Back to the Future or the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, Monami Ohno impresses by the precision of her cardboard sculptures.

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