Netherlands-Based Artist Jeroen Van Kesteren Creates Miniature Sculptural Airships From Cardboard – Design You Trust

Netherlands-Based Artist Jeroen Van Kesteren Creates Miniature Sculptural Airships From Cardboard

Netherlands-based artist Jeroen van Kesteren has created these sculptural airships as part of a series titled “Orphanage for Lost Adventures”. Made primarily from cardboard, aluminum foil, adhesives, and an assortment of papers used for sails and propellers, the whimsical flying machines have a distinct steampunk feel. The pieces range in 40 to 50 centimeters tall and take about a month to make.

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