Japanese Papercraft Artist Turns Snack And Sweet Packaging Into Awesome Characters
Japanese university student and papercraft artist @02ESyRaez4VhR2l (Haruki) loves Japanese snacks and sweets just as much as the rest of us, but he appears to be a bit more interested in the packaging they come in. That’s because Haruki, who’s been featured on national television for his outstanding artwork, has a talent for turning that packaging into awesome characters and even scenery.
Haruki’s latest piece takes an empty box of Gari Gari Kun, a popular Japanese popsicle, and turns it into an impressively crafted winged superhero.
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