Parents Recreate Famous Film Scenes with Cardboard Boxes and Their Baby Boy – Design You Trust

Parents Recreate Famous Film Scenes with Cardboard Boxes and Their Baby Boy

Cardboard Box Office is the brainchild of parents Lilly and Leon, who recreate scenes from famous movies using only household objects and their incredibly cooperative baby boy Orson. The resulting photos are uploaded to their website and Facebook page where fans can follow along with the little family’s weekend adventures.

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