Japanese Papercraft Artist Turns Pringles Can Into A Stylish Pringles Mascot Figure – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Japanese Papercraft Artist Turns Pringles Can Into A Stylish Pringles Mascot Figure

Japanese university student and papercraft art enthusiast @02ESyRaez4VhR2l (Haruki), however, may be setting the standard for creativity when it comes to inspirational sources. Haruki reconstructed an empty can of Pringles into a lively figure of the Pringles mascot!

More: Twitter h/t: grapee




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