Since Cardboard Safari was founded, we have always encouraged our customers to stretch their artistic legs and customize our products using paint, glitter, paper mache and more. Ten years later we are still amazed at all the ways artists use our products as canvases.
Long time friend and collaborater, Leah Yellowbird, is no exception. She took our Contour Droplet Panel and, using paint, created this masterpiece! See more images below. The detail is astounding!
We will be sharing more of Leah’s work in the coming months. In the meantime we encourage you to use Cardboard Safari products for your next crafting project!
If you are celebrating Independence Day next week, you are likely going to a party of some sort followed by a dazzling display of fireworks.
Whether you are attending or hosting, our U.S. Flag Bucky is the ideal centerpiece for your patriotic decor. Made in the USA using environmentally friendly Birch Plywood, Bucky is the perfect way to commemorate America’s independence!
You Did It! Thank you friends of Cardboard Safari! Your votes are in and we’ve achieved the goal! As of this morning we’ve received 384 votes on the Missionsmallbusiness.com site. This is fantastic and we’re now qualified for an opportunity to be selected as one of 12 businesses to receive a $250,000 grant.
We’re always feeling creative at Cardboard Safari. One of our designers, Louis Shultz is also a skilled cabinet maker. Being resourceful he is building a product-development prototyping table for our design team, Louis (himself) and Nate Main. The table will be a very functional work station for their exploratory minds creating new product mockups.
Help us receive 250 votes on the Mission: Small Business℠ page to get closer to qualifying for a $250,000 Grant. After clicking “Log In & Support” on the home page, look for our business and vote for us!
We love French Paper – Here at Cardboard Safari we love the many beautiful choices created by the French Paper Company, America’s family run paper mill established in 1871 and is in its sixth-generation, family-owned, iconic designer paper manufacturing. Celebrating their 141st Anniversary this year 2012. They even produce their paper using hydro-electric power.
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.