Sets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel Agdag

Sets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel Agdag

Daniel Agdag is a Melbourne based artist and filmmaker who creates meticulous industrial objects out of just, believe it or not, cardboard. These complex sets are cut into manageable pieces using a surgical scalpel and assembled intuitively by hand using wood glue without any detailed plans or drawings. He describes his process as being a kin to that of drawing in three dimensions with cardboard.

Sets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel AgdagSets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel AgdagSets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel AgdagSets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel AgdagSets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel AgdagSets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel AgdagSets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel Agdag

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