Cardboard Safari’s Robbie the Rhino becomes contemporary art being customized with a variety of Papier-mâché creations. Cedric Vernay Contemporary Art Show, SMART-Aix 2012 in Aix en Provence France fashioned Robbie into fascinating works of art. We’re excited here at Cardboard Safari seeing how our products can be so beautifully modified.
Our former account manager, Galen Wright, on CSX train H744-07 going west to Glasgow, VA.
Way back in December ’10 Der Schwarze Kölner Biergarten Brooklyn hosted a antler decorating contest using Buck Jr. as a starting point. You can see all the fun results here. The above photo shows Buck Jr. working as a beer tap – quite possibly the best use ever for a cardboard deer.
Alex Gilliam, National Building Museum
We recently produced some cardboard disks for Alex Gilliam of Public Workshop for use in an interactive project at the National Building Museum. See this link for more info and images. Also some Flickr images here.
Grettir sends this ghostly image of Fred the Moose. The aged photo look has just the right feel. Thanks Grettir.
Rich sent in this great custom decorated Pumpkin Wreath. What a fantastic job, thanks Rich.
Our customer Morgan renamed Fred the moose to “Clydewinkle Botero III”. Morgan’s co-workers now refer to her office as “The Lodge”. Liven up any office space with one of our earth-friendly cardboard trophy heads.
A customer recently sent this photo of a white Bucky on a green wall. He works well to fill the tall modern space and add a point of interest high on the wall. This is an ideal use for a large trophy head. If you have a smaller space our medium sizes will fit the bill.
Lady Chatterly’s House submitted this fun a curious blog entry. The blurry image is very cool with the stripped walls and color shift.
English Translation available here.
Brent Mykytyshyn sent in this amazing Chrome Fred image. We’re speechless. Keep up the great work Brent.