LOOK: Cardboard art by Japanese girl ranges from proton packs to Mechagodzilla | Inquirer Technology

LOOK: Cardboard art by Japanese girl ranges from proton packs to Mechagodzilla

/ 04:25 PM May 02, 2017

Image: Instagram/@monamincb

Image: Instagram/@monamincb

For most of us, cardboard boxes are simply tools for storing all our junk. But for an artist from the Osaka University of Arts, they’re raw materials with unlimited possibilities.

Monami Ohno is a university student who has been building cardboard creations since 2011 and she’s incredibly good at it, reports RocketNews24.


She’s done guns, instruments, movie items, and more. Monami regularly updates her Instagram account with her latest creations. She also holds workshops as well as exhibitions.

If you fancy yourself as a fellow craftsman, her work could provide some inspiration. Alfred Bayle/JB


The DeLorean from “Back to the Future”. Image: Instagram/@monamincb

DeLorean engine

Monami even detailed the time machine’s engine. Image: Instagram/@monamincb

danboard with proton pack

Danboard gets a cardboard proton pack. Image: Instagram/@monamincb

mini proton pack

A mini proton pack brimming with details. Image: Instagram/@monamincb

ghostbuster proton pack for halloween

She also made a full-sized one for Halloween. Image: Instagram/@monamincb

Mecha Godzilla

Mechagodzilla. Image: Instagram/@monamincb


How about a little jazz music? Image: Instagram/@monamincb

Star wars

The All Terrain Scout Transport or AT-ST From Star Wars. Image: Instagram/@monamincb

Star Wars day

The iconic Millennium Falcon was one of her projects for Star Wars day. Image: Instagram/@monamincb


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