Japanese artist turns packages in sculptures
2. Nestle carton turned into Train
A Japanese artist by the name of Haruki has gained a great deal of Internet fame with his unique and very creative way of turning empty snack boxes into realistic figures and shapes. Similar to origami, an artist form of paper folding into shapes popular in Japanese culture, Haruki has created something very similar but doesn’t stop with just paper. He uses boxes and empty packages to create incredible shapes and objects that range from aeroplanes, to cars through to realistic figures. With the help of vibrant colors and shapes, his eye-catching work has shot him straight to fame on the Internet, and in particular Social Media. Here is a collection of Haruki’s most impressive work and how he’s turned everyday packages into skilfully crafted shapes and objects.