Cardboard Paper Art Sculptures
Encore! Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Art
Using recycled, corrugated cardboard sculptures and other art forms like these in your favorite space, betrays your love for the more unique and sophisticated of art genres.
Corrugated cardboard paper sculptures and recycled paper reliefs are a modern and contemporary art form that's the rage among the educated, city dwellers and art lovers like us with a penchant for the modern. Not to mention our reveling in the idea of recycled cardboard and paper mediums being eco-friendly and stunning.
Scroll down for an awe-inspiring look at corrugated cardboard paper renderings, all molded and morphed into magnificent pieces of fine art.
Image credit: Amazon.com. The recycled cardboard sculpture is available below.
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Medium 'Rocky Jr.` White Ram Wall Mount Sculpture
Recycled Corrugated Medium `Merlin Jr.` White Unicorn Head Wall Sculpture
Bucky The Deer Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Wall Mount Sculpture White Medium
Less is More: Art That Delivers
Whale Tail Cardboard Table Sculpture
Sometimes, using one simple piece with clean lines like this whale tail cardboard sculpture makes an ideal WOW! art form, one you want to keep a lone piece on a shelf or table/desk top. Its uniqueness makes this whale tale art form a standout in its own right.
If you love it but have a larger wall that requires a bit more, consider a floating, black shelf with 3 or 4 pieces atop it.
Showcase your installation with those new battery-operated, LED lights that operate with a remote (I love 'em!). This way, you'll be free of a plug-in light cord; it's like having a hard-wired light source at the flip of a switch.
All in all, allow this masterpiece to stand on its own, by itself or with others like it.
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Medium 'Leon Jr.` Lion Head Wall Mount Sculpture
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Fred The Moose Wall Mount Sculpture Brown Large
Creating a stunning focal point can best be realized by using a unique, standout piece, like these animal heads.
Unexpected wall art hung in a linear, gallery-like arrangement across your longest wall would look amazing and certainly qualifies for the focal point you're after. I recommend keeping to one animal subject, like three or more elephants hung in a row.
Or, for kids' rooms, you might want a jungle of animals like several of these I've shown, here. Consider painting them in glossy yellow, red and blue for a look that's amazingly unique.
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Skull Head Sculpture Puzzle: Zebra Stripe
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Skull Head Sculpture Puzzle: Solid White
I love ambiguous art forms and subjects, so these cardboard skull sculptures can make an amazing contribution to a more serious library or home office space, where they'll make a more scientific impression.
Conversely, these skull sculptures make a great addition in support of a funky vibe. You might even want to paint the white sculpture in any number of colors and finishes, as today's spray paints are not the potential disaster-in-a-can formula they use to be.
Defining Your Style
Faux Deer Head Cardboard Wall Sculpture
This faux deer head wall sculpture made of recycled cardboard paper is more classic than its cardboard cousins above, with its realistic form.
If you're going for a rustic lodge or cabin in the woods ambiance, I suggest going with this sculpture versus the less-distinct, modern art forms above.
Keep your room on the warmer side with earthy hues on your walls and any supporting accessories. Tan, sands, stone and brown hues are ideal color choices to make a convincing statement in your favorite space.
Stanley Recycled Magazine Deer Wall Decor
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Medium Natural `Tex Jr.` Longhorn Bull/Steer Head Wall Mount Sculpture
Recycled Corrugated Cardboard Medium White `Tex Jr.` Longhorn Bull/Steer Head Wall Mount Sculpture
Recycled Cardboard Wall Art - by eBay
Ebay has some great deals on cardboard sculptures; however, be sure to place just one bid. Make sure it's our reasonable highest price you're willing to pay. This way, you won't be tempted to engage in a last~minute bidding war where you'll certainly pay too much. Remember, it's hard to enjoy something you've paid too much for.