Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

August 17, 2013 | in Art

Instead of just throwing cardboard boxes away, English artist Giles Oldershaw uses them to create a specific type of layered portraits of well-known characters and personalities.

You must agree that the best that we can do with a cardboard box is to use it as a storage space for some not often used stuff. That’s why we got interested in this series called Cardboard Relief Portraits. To your attention, there are portraits of such famous personalities as Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Alfred Hitchcock and others. The interesting thing is that you can buy these portraits. Giles Oldershaw is even ready to create commissioned portraits that can be requested trough his site.

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

Cardboard Relief Portraits by Giles Oldershaw

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