Mar 17, 2021

A 3D Card Sculpture Made by Carefully Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck

3D Card Sculpture Made by Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck 5 A 3D Card Sculpture Made by Carefully Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck

 

In this interesting artwork, artist “Cardboard Creationism” intricately carves an entire deck of cards to reveal a 3D version of the pattern found on the back of a playing card.

Every time he cuts a card he makes it more detailed, eventually stacking all 52 back into the pack and creating a kind of ‘relief’. No glue or adhesive is used, just an X-Acto knife and a steady hand. You can see a timelapse of the process below along with some additional close-ups.

If you’re interested in seeing more and having your own, check him out at the links below!

 

CARDBOARD CREATIONISM
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3D Card Sculpture Made by Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck 1 A 3D Card Sculpture Made by Carefully Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck

CARDBOARD CREATIONISM
Etsy | Instagram | YouTube

 

3D Card Sculpture Made by Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck 3 A 3D Card Sculpture Made by Carefully Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck

CARDBOARD CREATIONISM
Etsy | Instagram | YouTube

 

3D Card Sculpture Made by Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck 2 A 3D Card Sculpture Made by Carefully Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck

CARDBOARD CREATIONISM
Etsy | Instagram | YouTube

 

3D Card Sculpture Made by Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck 4 A 3D Card Sculpture Made by Carefully Cutting and Stacking an Entire Deck

CARDBOARD CREATIONISM
Etsy | Instagram | YouTube

 

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