31 May 2013

Larger-Than-Life Cardboard Sculptures Of Animals

Using cardboard boxes, Montreal-based artist Laurence Vallières creates larger-than-life animal sculptures.

By cutting and layering the cardboard, the artist makes her creations more life-like—sometimes, she even places them on chairs.

Each animal is supposed to symbolize an idiosyncrasy of humanity or an ideology, which injects a sense of humor into her cardboard pieces.

What do you think each animal is supposed to represent?

Scroll down to view the rest of her quirky sculptures.

[via Junk Culture]