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Cardboard Portraits - Cardboard relief portraits created from ordinary cardboard boxes by Giles Oldershaw, intricately exacto'd into stunning multi-dimentional and textured images.

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Cardboard Portraits – Les Créations de Giles Oldershaw

From a series of cardboard relief portraits by Giles Oldershaw…

Cardboard Relief Portrait – Old Man

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Rather than simply throwing away a cardboard box, artist Giles Oldershaw redesigns the discarded packaging he comes across as creative, layered portraits.

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Hollywood cardboard portraits by Giles Oldershaw - Ego - AlterEgo

Talented Artist Carves Layered Portraits into Pieces of Cardboard English artist Giles Oldershaw has a very unique talent. He can take discarded pieces of cardboard, the kind pizza boxes are made of, and turn them into amazing portraits of celebrities like Marilyn Monroe or Marlon Brando using only the cardboard’s layers to highlight their features.

British artist Giles Oldershaw: portraits carved into cardboard

Cardboard portrait of Alfred Hitchcock by Giles Oldershaw | via @Bitrebels

13 Whoa-tastic Cardboard Portraits Of Historic Personalities

Rather than simply throwing away a cardboard box, artist Giles Oldershaw redesigns the discarded packaging he comes across as creative, layered portraits.

Giles Oldershaw cardboard portraits- Marylin Monroe

English Artist Giles Oldershaw Cardboard Portraits from Celebrities

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Hollywood cardboard portraits by Giles Oldershaw - Ego - AlterEgo

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Rather than simply throwing away a cardboard box, artist Giles Oldershaw redesigns the discarded packaging he comes across as creative, layered portraits. By carving and tearing away at the material, Oldershaw exposes the ribbed texture sealed within.

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Hollywood cardboard portraits by Giles Oldershaw - Ego - AlterEgo

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Rather than simply throwing away a cardboard box, artist Giles Oldershaw redesigns the discarded packaging he comes across as creative, layered portraits.

"Johnny Cash" -- by Giles Oldershaw; a cardboard relief portraits created by carefully removing layers of corrugated cardboard.

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