20-year-old Taiwanese student Kai-Xiang Xhong has the unique hobby of constructing astonishingly intricate and realistic works of art from cardboard.
Some people considered cardboard as one of those ‘useless’ paraphernalia; it is dull, stiff and not appealing in color, hence, they used to just throw it, but not Xhong.
It took the 20 year-old cardboard artist a full year to complete Tony Stark’s Ironman suit, using only cardboard. You wouldn’t think that this medium would work well, but the resulting suit (complete with lights) is amazing.
Each detail is reproduced perfectly, right down to the glowing chest plate and arms. Between school and other activities, the results are so impressive that even Tony Stark would be jealous.
Iron Man is only one of the latest of Xhong’s brilliant cardboard creations. In his spare time, he constructs a variety of creatures that are equally as intricate and lifelike, from a miniature Optimus Prime to a glowing Godzilla to huge T-rex skulls.