By popular demand we’ve released an exciting new line of wood products.
You asked and we answered!
The ever iconic Bucky Deer, Fred Moose, and Eyan Elephant are now available in a beautiful Birch Plywood in Medium and Large size options.
We’ve also added to our Medium Sized wood line: Billy Bison, Robbie Rhino, Merlin Unicorn, and the US Flag Buck.
Sturdy and stunning, they are a valuable alternative to our recycled cardboard line and have a beautiful grain and color variance.
Perfect for living room, office, nursery, or dorm, these unique forms will impress your friends!
It’s not too early to start considering gifts for the holidays.
A gift from Cardboard Safari will bring delight to young and old alike.
It’s the first day of Summer and Cardboard Safari has some beautiful Floral Animal Busts to greet the season.
Three animals, Buck Jr, Eyan Jr, and Robbie Jr , are available in three prints, Daisy, Dusty Rose, and Spring Fling.
Bring the outdoors in with these gentle beasts.
In anticipation of Independence Day celebrations, Buck Jr is also wrapped up in the U.S. Flag.
He would like to join you in your home or office where he will peek out the window at the fireworks.
From our headquarters to yours, we wish you a very happy summer!
Rambling Robbie is finally installed! The install went well but not without a few challenges; a shredded tire, a broken lift hook and a short but dramatic drop of the rhino onto the truck bed.
Click for full series of install images.
A big thanks to the following companies and individuals without whom this would not have been possible.
Luis Rodrigalvarez – Design and meticulous CAD work
Tracy Robertson of Waterjet Cutting Services – Material and cutting
Roger Sherry of Plank Road Studios – Assembly and installation
William Sneed – Roll-back towing
SL Williamson – Crane crew and truck
Ron Slaughter – Generator
Art In Place – Opportunity and a great deal of patience
Enjoy Charlottesville !
Roger Sherry, aka the assembly guy, inspects the first full-size test cuts of Robbie the Rhino in 1/4 inch steel.
Our progress continues on the giant metal version of Robbie the Rhino for Art In Place. Luis is shown here with a scale test of the leg mocked-up in foam insulation board. If all goes as planned the finished version should be installed before the end of the month (October). Photos to follow.
Thanks to Jean and NOTCOT.com for recently featuring Rambling Robbie on their webpage. The photography was amazing, and the images of our construction pieces told a wonderful story. We are thrilled you chose to review our new full-body rhino!