Japanese Papercraft Artist Turns Whisky Packaging Into Awesome Knight Figure – Design You Trust

Japanese Papercraft Artist Turns Whisky Packaging Into Awesome Knight Figure

When Japanese university student and papercraft artist Haruki sees a box of sweets or snacks, he sees just the beginnings of his next artistic transformation.

In the past, Haruki has built up an impressive paper art portfolio and even been featured on national television for turning empty Pringles cans into a stylish boy band. His latest work may be his most imposing however, and perhaps even his best. He recently deconstructed the packaging of a box of Chivas Regal Scotch whisky and put it together to assemble this badass sword and shield-totting knight.

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